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IN THE PRESS. 

Price to Suhscrihers^ ^s. ; to non-Subscribers^ 45-. 

THE REGISTERS 

OF 

1681—1720; 

EDITED BY 

Samuel Margerison. 

The Volume will be illustrated and indexed, and will 

contain about 200 Crown 8vo pages. 

A List of additional Subscribers ^vill be given. 



Just Published, Cr. 8vo, 212 and 264 pp., price 4s. each, 

THE REGISTERS 

OF 

(Jalltippllpfi JPari^J^SuPri'^oI^* i(l\U 

1574—1650, 1650—1680. 

With a Sketch of the History of the Church. 
Illustrated and indexed. 



OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. 

"The Registers of Calverley commence in 1574, and the present 

volume gives their contents to 1649. They appear to have been carefully 
transcribed and printed, and are rendered easy of reference by a good 
index. More than this, it is unnecessary to say of them, but our 
obligation to their editor does not end here, he has not only given us a 
copy of the Registers, but has supplemented them by a mass of useful 
and well digested information relating to the parish. His notes on 
Calverley Church, its ancient Memorial Cross Slabs, the Living, and 
Testamentary Burials from Torre's MSS., form an instructive chapter 

for those whose tastes are general instead of genealogical The 

" Register of Seats," and additional notes, especially those from the 
Bradford Registers, are a most useful conclusion to the volume. We 
cordially recommend Mr. Margerison's book to our readers, and hope 
that it will meet with sufficient encouragement to enable him to complete 
his valuable undertaking." — The Genealogist, January^ 1881. 



" Mr. Samuel Margerison has set a praiseworthy example in showing 
what a good piece of work may be done by a little private enterprise. 
He has printed entire the first volume of the Calverley Registers, 
extending from 1574 to 1649, in a neat and compact volume, which also 
includes an interesting history of the church and its mcumbents, and is 
illustrated by several engravings ; and he has been able to place it in 
the hands of his subscribers at an absurdly small price. That it is no 
trifling matter may be gathered from the fact that the register entries 

alone are over 4,500 in number The book is nicely printed and 

bound, and has an excellent index. We have nothing but words of 
praise for Mr. Margerison." — Notes and Queries^ Nov. l^th^ 1 880. 

" Mr. S, Margerison has done good service to the historian of Yorkshire, 
at the least, by taking up and executing as private individual, the task 
which the Harleian Society has undertaken in London, by publishing 
the registers of the extensive parish of Calverley, near Leeds. He has 
thus brought to light and put on record many curious facts relating to 
Yorkshire families."— The Antiquary^ Dec.., 1880. 

" Mr. Margerison, by his publication of the present substantial 
instalment of the registers of Calverley Parish Church, has rendered 
invaluable service not only to local antiquarians, but to all those 
interested in local family history. The Calverley registers have long 
been regarded has a rich repository of information concerning families 
resident in the parish of Calverley, which includes beside the ancient 
village of that name, Pudsey, Farsley, Bolton, Idle, and Windhill ; but 
the labour of research, as is the case with all similar records, is such as 
to render them accessible only to those who are possessed of much 

patience, perseverance, and special aptitude for the study The 

book is well printed, and is enriched with a view of the church, and 
engravings of the ancient memorial cross slabs found during the 
restoration of the church in 1870." — Bradford Observer., Nov. 27///, 1880. 

"The publication of the Registers of Calverley Parish Church is a 

matter of great local interest (The first volume) has been printed 

in its entirety. It is as complete as it has been possible to make it 

all that remains having been faithfully reproduced." — Leeds 

Mercury^ 26th Jan.., 1881. 

" This is a little volume which contains, besides the names and dates 
taken from the Parish Registers, a sketch of the history of the church, 

and a clearly engraved view of the church and adjoining grounds." 

— Yorkshire Post., l<^th Jan.., 1 881. 

" We observe that the first volume of the " Parish Registers of 
Calverley " has just been published, with a description of the church 

and a sketch of its history prior to 1650 It possesses more than 

ordinary interest. On every page are the names of the forefathers of 

many of the families in the parish at the present day The volume 

is enriched with numerous notes scattered through its pages, which add 
to its value. Altogether the publication reflects greac credit upon 
Mr. Margerison. It is neatly printed and appropriately bound, and is 
published at a very cheap price." — Piidsev and Stanmngley News., if^th 
Not'., 1880. 

Address :~SamL Margerison, Calverley, nr. Leeds. 



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SKETCH OF ITS HISTORY, 



SAMUEL MAEGEEISON. 

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BRADFORD : 

G. F. SEWELL, PRINTER, DARLEY STREET. 

1883. 



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ADDITION AND CORRECTION. 

P. 30, 9th line from bottom, after "Leeds," read " On "Wednesday 
evening, August 10th, the Rev. Canon Bard.sley, M.A., Rector of St. 
Ann's, Manchester, occupied the pulpit. On the Sunday following, 
August 14th, the Rev. John Ellison, M.A., Vicar of Sowerby Bridge, 
preached in the morning, and in the evening the Venerable Arch- 
deacon Musgrave, D.D., Vicar of Halifax and Archdeacon of Craven, 
preached. This was the last of the series of opening services." 

P. 66, 9th line from bottom, for " Rucke," read " Bucke." 



(J)reface, 




J'^OME unavoidable delay has taken place in the 
publication of this second volume, for which I 
can but apologise, and plead that the Notes 

would have been less numerous had the volume passed 

sooner through the press. 

As regards the interesting topic of the poet Longfellow, 
and his alleged connection with this district, I confess to 
feeling considerable doubts as to the precise point at which 
his branch left the parent stock and settled in America, and 
should thankfully receive corrections of, and additions to, 
my present information. 

I have to thank the Rev. C. B. NorcliflPe, M.A., of Lang- 
ton, for reading the proof-sheets, and correcting some errors. 
And 1 am sure my readers will join with me in tendering 
cordial thanks to the Deputy Registrar of the Diocese of 
York, H. A. Hudson, Esq., for allowing me to make so 
many notes from the ancient Wills which still remain in his 
custody. I have also to thank several other gentlemen for 
useful information. They will find their kindness acknow- 
ledged in each particular instance. 

S. M. 
Calverleij, August, 1883. 



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Ackroyd, Wm. Junr,, Final Royd. Birkenshaw. via Leeds. 
Adams, Nelson D., General Land Office, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 
Adshead, G. H., Fern Villas, 94, Bolton Road, Pendleton. 
Aldam, William, Frickley Hall, nr. Doncaster. 
Ambler, Miss M. J., St. Nicholas' Street, Scarborough. 
Anderson, Rev. S. R., B.A., The Vicarage, Otley. 
Armytage, Capt. G., Governor, H.M. Prison, Wakefield. 
Atkinson, D.H., 2. Albert Avenue, Starbeck. Harrogate. 
Altree, F. W. T., R.E., Springfield House, Worthing, Sussex. 
Avison, Fred, Howley View, Batley. 

Balme, Matthew, Blake Hill Cottage, Idle, Bradford. 

Barrans, Christopher, Thornburj, Bradford. 

Beaumont, Mrs., York Place, Knaresbro. 

Beecroft, William, East Grove, Keighley. 

Beedham, B. H., Ashfield House, nr. Kimbolton. 

Bern rose & Sons, Irongate, Derby. 

Bethel), W., Rise Park, Hull. 

Beverley, Albert. Westfield Grove, Wakefield. 

Blacker, Rev. B. H., M.A., 26, Meridian Place, Clifton, Bristol. 

Bland, Benj., Ashfield, Idle, Leeds. 

Booth, Jas., Lee Mills, Halifax. 

Bostock, Robert C, Little Langtons, Lower Camden, Chiselhurst, Kent. 

Brooke-Hunt, A. E., Peers Court, Dursley, Gloucestershire. 

Brown, Robt., Jun., F.S.A., Priestgate House, Barton-on-Humber. 

Brown, Saml. Jas., J. P., Lofftuss Hill, Knaresbro. 

Boyle, Edmund M., 14, Hill St., Berkeley Square, London, W. 

Bulmer, Mrs., Blenheim Lodge, Leeds. 

Calverley, Mrs. Charles Stuart, 17, Devonshire Terrace, Hyde Park, 

London. 
Calverley, George, 1, East Arbour Street, Stepney, London, E. 
Calverley, Rev. W. S., Dearham Vicarage, nr. Carlisle. 
Catty, A. B., B.A., Military College, Oxford. 
Caverly, Robert B., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. 
Cawthra, H., Rothesay House, 91, Ladbrooke Grove, Netting Hill, 

London, W. 
Clark, Geo. T., F.S.A., Dowlais House, Dowlais. 
Cleveland, Rev. W. H.. Gateforth Vicarage, Selby. 
Cliff, John, Limeburn, Ilkley, Leeds. 



LIST OF ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIBERS. VU. 

Cobley, F., Otley. 

Cordingley, John R., 10, Melbourne Place, Bradford. 

Daniel-Tysson, John Eobert, F.S.A., 9, Lower Rock Gardens, Brighton. 
Darnborough, Rev. J. W., South Otterington Rectory, Thirsk. 
Dowman, R., 29, Shakespare St., Ardwick, Manchester. 
Downing, \Vm., Springfield House, Olton, Acocks Green, Birmingham. 

Elwes, D. G. Carey, F.S.A., 5, The Crescent, Bedford. 

Emsley, Thos., The Grange, Burley-in- Wharf edale. 

Faber, E. B., Old Bank, Leeds. 

Fairbank, F. Royston, M.D., Doncaster. 

Farsley Mechanics' Institute. 

Ford, J., Shaw Lane, Headingley, Leeds. 

Foster, Jos., 21, Boundary Road, St. John's Wood, London, N.W. 

Galloway, Fred F., Greengates, Leeds. 

Gannon, Jas., Guildhall, London, E.C. 

Gaunt, Joseph, Bradford Road, Stanningley, Leeds. 

Gaunt, Leonard, Springwood, Farsley, Leeds. 

Gastrill, F. & Son, 3, Montpellier Exchange, Cheltenham. 

Glasscock, J. L., Jun., Hadham Road, Bishop's Stortford. 

Gray, Hen., Antiquarian and Topographical Bookseller, 25, Cathedral 

Yard, Manchester. 
Gray, William, Wellroyd, Rawdon. 

Green, Jos. J., Stansted Mountfitchet, Bishop's Stortford. 
Greenwell, Rev. N., St. Barnabas' Vicarage, Holbeck, Leeds. 

Hainsworth, Miss Clara, Bramley, Leeds. 

Hanby, Richard, Chetham's Library, Hunt's Bank, Manchester. 

Hanson, George, Free Public Library, Rochdale. 

Hawking, Samuel, Thornhill Drive, Apperley Bridge, Leeds. 

Hervey, Sydenham H, A., Wedmore Vicarage, Weston-s.-Mare, 

Somerset. 
Horsfall, John, Hillary House, Leeds, 
Hovenden, R., Heathcote, Park Hill Road, Croydon. 
Hulbert, Rev. Canon C. A.. Almondbury Vicarage, Huddersfield. 

Illingworth, Booth, 1, St. Jude's Place, Manningham Lane, Bradford. 

Jackson, Rev. F. W., M.A., Bolton Percy, Yorkshire. 
Jackson, Wm. F. Marsh, Smethwick, Staffordshire. 
Jepson, E. G., 87, Basinghall Street, Leeds. 

Kemeys-Tynte, St. David, Balnageith, Torquay, Devon. 

Leather, J. Towlerton, J.P., D.L., F.S.A., Leventhorpe Hall, Leeds. 

Lister. John, Shibden Hall, Halifax. 

Lobley, Rev. J., Green Mount Villa, Holbeck, Leeds. 

Mac Alister, J. Y. W., Leeds Library. 
Maw, W., Infirmary, Bradford, 



Viii. LIST OF ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIBERS. 

IMitchell, Jas. W., Rothesay Herald, South Molton, Devon. 
Mitchell & Hughes, 140, Wardour St., London, W. 
Mossman, W., Woodhall, Calverley, Leeds. 

Noble, T. C, 110, Greenwood Road, Dalston, London, E. 

Parker, Capt., Carr Lodge, Horbury, Wakefield. 
Petty, Lister, 8, Ashgrove, Harrogate. 

Raine, Rev. Canon J., D.C.L., M.A., Petergate House, York. 

Raines, J. R., Burton Pidsea, Hull. 

Rhodes, John, J. P., Potternewton House, Leeds. 

Salt, Edward, Ferniehurst, Shipley. 

Slingsby, F. Wm., 6, Piccadilly, Bradford. 

Stanhope, Alfred, Calverley, Leeds. 

Stanning, Rev. J. H., Leigh Vicarage, Lancashire. 

Stephenson, Mill, Molescroft Cottage, Beverley. 

Stowell, Rev. H. A., Breadsall Rectory, Derby. 

Stubbs, William, M.A., Regius Professor of History, Kettel Hall, 

Oxford. 
Swaine, F., Calverley, Leeds. 
Svvaine, H,, Calverley, Leeds. 
Swithenbank, Geo. E., LL.D., F.S.A., Ormleigh, Anerley Park, Surrey. 

Thorp, Rev. Wm.. B.D., Golborne, Newton -le- Willows, Lancashire. 
Trevelyan, Rev. W. V., Calverton Rectory, Stony Stratford. 

Wagner, Hy., 13, Half Moon St., Piccadilly, London, W. 
Waugh, Edwin, Kersal Hotel, Manchester. 
Weatherill, H., Fulford Road, York. 
Wheater, Wm., 28, Albion St., Leeds. 
White, Capt. E. A., F.S.A., Old Elvet, Durham. 
Whittemore, B.B., Nashua, New Hampshire, U.S.A. 
Wilson, Rev. Edw. S., Winterton Vicarage, Brigg. 
Wilson, John, Bookseller, Bramley, Leeds. 
Woodhead, Jos,, Calverley, Leeds. 



M^ttti^ <Cpurcp» 




URING- the period which elapsed from the middle 
of the 17th, almost to the middle of the present 
century, there is not much to be gleaned relating 
to Calverley Church, from anything but the churchwardens' 
accounts, and documents relating to tithes. There was very 
little church-building done anywhere during that time, and 
the few specimens of sacred architecture belonging to the 
period, which we possess, do not make us long for more. 

For some time, the standard of natural taste —in matters 
architectural especially — had been much debased, and our 
beautiful Gothic buildings had consequently been sorely 
neglected. During the five previous centuries. Englishmen 
had been the means of erecting and enlarging a vast number 
of churches, the glory of which has never since been 
equalled. Afterwards, the rule would seem to have been 
rather to mar as much as possible, the studious and graceful 
work of early church builders, than to carry it on. In the 
churchwardens' accounts, we repeatedly find mention of 
sums paid for such tasteless acts as plastering and white- 
washing the walls, which were meant to be left bare ; cover- 
ing up with hideous ceilings the grand old open oak roofs, 
painting the oak wood-work, stripping the lead from the 
roofs ; erecting galleries .; blocking up arches ; and, under the 
pretext of " beautifying," altogether destroying the graceful 
and elaborate features of our churches. 

The old church at Calverley did not escape. Instances 
of this will be seen further on. Perhaps one or two may be 
pointed out here. In 1773, the nave roof was altered, and 
it was most probably at this date that it was lowered several 

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2 CALVERLET CHURCH. 

feet below its original pitch, (to which it is now restored,) 
and slated, in lieu of the old lead covering. No mention is 
made of how the money which the alteration cost was 
raised — the lead would amply repay that. The ceilings are 
often mentioned in the church accounts. About the same 
time as the roof was tampered with, the church was under- 
drawn, plastered, and whitewashed, at a cost of £8. In 1 870, 
the nave pillars were found to have been whitewashed, 
plastered, then whitewashed again, painted like marble, 
coloured yellow, then drab, and lastly, (though built of 
stone,) painted " stone-colour" ! The ancient oak font- 
cover had been painted to imitate oak. The stone-work 
did not escape. The tracery of the clerestory windows had 
been roughly hewn away, and several other atrocities 
committed. 

The Yicarof Calverley in 1650, was Richard Waugh. It 
seems that his reputation was satisfactory to the Commis- 
sioners appointed by the Commonwealth Government, as, in 
the report made by them, he is described as " an able, 
constant preacher," a character which stands in bold con- 
trast to those given of some of the clergymen of the day. 
An abstract of the report is now in the British Museum 
{Lansdowne MSS. 459, &c.). It was taken about 1654, 
in order to make way for giving effect to an Act passed for 
ejecting so-called " scandalous, ignorant, and insufficient" 
ministers. The following is an extract of the part relating 
to Calverley parish : — 



Village. 


Rectory. 


Character of Incumbent, &c. 


Calverley. 


Possession, Mr. Hen- 


Mr, Richard Waugh. an able 




ry Savill. 


constant preacher, is Vicar. 
Patron, late King. 


Pudsey. 


Chapel to Calverley. 


Incumbent. Mr. Elkana 




2 miles distant. 


Walles, a grave and fre- 




Chapellry — Bene- 


quent preacher. 




volence of the Peo- 






ple, only 10 : 00 : 00 






after Mr. Waugh's 






decease. 




Idle. 


Chapel to above, 1 


Mr. Bell. No preaching 




mile and \ distant. 


minister. 




('liapellry— Benev- 






olence of the people 





HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 3 

The following^ letter from Richard Waugh to Henry Cal- 
verley, lord of the manor of Calverley, is of great interest. 
The spelling is printed as in the original, but the punctu- 
ation is inserted. 

" For the Right Worshipful! Henerv Calverley, Esq., this. 
Sr., 
My service remembered, &c. — I have written 3 or 4 letters, sent 
you by severall cariers, but receiued no answeare. It may be they 
miscarred. Therefore, now haveing opportunity to send by your son, 
I am bold to certify you that seing Edw. Harrison flitts* out of Cal- 
verly, a frend of myne desires to be your tenant in Calverley at 101. 
or 16^. p. ann.. he is an excellent blacksmith, versed in horse-shoeing, 

& locks making, and hath an estate of 2001. in money and 

goods, as he informs me. I desire you to entertain him ; he is able 
to pay his rent, and fyne also, if you please soe to let your land. 
Here are great braggs concerning a new lord of Pudsey. but made in 
cupps : I hope you will not pull that flower out of your garland, 

haveing means and ways to raise 12()0Z. by woods and or fines 

in letting ,your lands : or if you resolved to part with it, yet not for 
1200Z. You may have 600Z. more for it. 1 heard Lumley say he durst 
undertake it. Pardon my boldness. I hope you will not let Dick- 
sonf goe away with the profits of the lands, but make the best of an 
ill match. I was with Collonell Ashton the elder, & Sr. Jo. Kay, who 
both of them remembered you in a cupp of wine. They were sorry 
you did not compound sooner, especially Sir Jo. Kay, seeing (said 
he) he must nede be one of us against his will. Mr. Charles Fairfax 

continues Collonell. I pray God, whilst he has not beene 

fighting which he not lost some litle of thatlitle goodness he 

had, he has gott pride and 2 that Richard 2 daughters (?) & its 

reported, though my Lord Savil be Baron of Pontefract, yet Mr. Ch. 
shall have K. Charles his parke there. Your f rends are in health, 
and all do wish the continuance of yours. And I myself complain of 
the want of your presence, & my losse by your too long absence. 
Sectaries increase dayly ; never more preaching, nor lesse practiceinge. 
Many of the ministers Mrs differ not in opinion from a pore (?) cav- 
alier priest, especially in the slaughter of our never to be forgotten 
pious K. Charles ; but they that tyed his hands are in noe better 
condition than his condemners & executioners. It seems jealousyg 
are not dead, but burning, because of quartering soldiers here in 
market townes ; supposed to be a way to prevent insurrections, but 
qvcs supra nos ; nihil ad nos. Thus, with my hearty prayers for the 
continuance of God's special blessing and mercys upon the head of 
your selfe and yours, I comend you to God's grace, and remaine 

Yours to be commanded ever, in what I can pleasure you. 

this 24th of June (1649 or 1650. S.M.) Ric. Waugh."" 

—Add. MSS. 27,411, art. 102. 

» Flitts— removes. Still a common word in the district. 

t Nathan Dixon was tenant of Calverley under the Committee for Compounding for 
Sequestered Estates, and he received the rents in this capacity in lti49. See Add. MS. 
27, 411, arts. 98 and 99. 



4 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

The letter seems to have been written to Henry Calverley 
when he was in London, trying to come to a settlement with 
the Commissioners of Sequestrated Estates. He had been 
forced to pay a very large fine as a composition to save his 
lands, or rather some of them. It is said he had to sell 
Seacroft to help himself out of his diflBculties, but I have 
seen no documentary evidence of it. This was in conse- 
quence of his loyalty to the king during the late civil wars.* 

The " new Lord of Pudsey," concerning whom there were 
such " great braggs," was most probably Tempest Milner, 
to whom Henry Calverley sold Pudsey in 1649, but re-pur- 
chased it. He again sold it to Robert Milner, Tempest's 
brother, in 1663. 

Richard Waugh was followed in the vicarage by Benja- 
min Sandall, a native of Idle, in Calverley parish, who was 
appointed by Charles II. 

During the next two years, the churchwardens' expendi- 
ture rose from its usual average of £5 or £6, to £10 lis. 
4d., and £17 5s. lid., respectively. Probably this was 
owing to alterations and repairs necessitated by the neglect 
and ill-usage of the fabricf during the Commonwealth, and 
by setting up the King's Arms, renewing the Commnniou 
rails, purchasing a new Bible and the Book of Common 
Prayer ; which the Archdeacon would order, unless his 
commands had been anticipated. 

The parliamentary soldiers are said to have made the 

* See " A Yorkshire Boyalist Squire ; Incidents in the Life of 
Henry Calverley, of Calverley, JEsq.,^^ in the Bradford Antiquary, 
part 2, 1882. 

f The monuments and tombstones, dating from the 16th century 
backwards, generally had brass plates let into them recording the 
name of the deceased. Often they had engraved upon them figures 
representing the deceased, sometimes with his family, and over all 
would be some such device or ejaculation, as " Orate pro anima," 
" R. I. P." &c. When the Puritans were in the ascendant, these were 
among the things which they destroyed. One of the chief of these 
vandals, VVm. Dowsing, "by virtue of a pretended commission," went 
about the country, (i.e. Norfolk, Suffolk, and Cambridgeshire,) says 
a contemporary account, " like a bedlam, breaking glasse windows, 
having battered and broken down all our painted glasse, not only in 
our Chappells but (contrary to order) in our Public Schools, College 
Halls, Libraries, and Chambers, mistaking, perhaps, the liberall arts 
for Saints." — Querela Cantahrigiensis. quoted in Burn's Hist. Par. 
y.V//.. 2d.(td.. p. 101. 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 5 

churches serve them as lodging-houses and sfcables ; and it is 
quite within the limits of possibility that they did so at 
Calverley ; for we have proof in an old MS. account, preserved 
in the British Museum (see Additmial Notes, p. 199), that 
bodies of troops, under the command of Lord Fairfax, Colonel 
Cromwell, Lord Balcarris, &c., were billetted at Calverley, 
some of which were too numerous to be accommodated by the 
ordinary resources of the village at that time. What more 
natural than that they should shelter in the church ! 

We have seen how the Puritans made a pretty clean sweep 
of the stained glass and similar " abominations" throughout 
the country. We must now speak of a system which it is to 
be hoped the ecclesiologists of the present day may be equally 
successful in demolishing — that is the petu system. Many 
people will remember the day, quite recent, when a great 
variety of pews existed in Calverley Church. Though we 
did not possess a *' conservatory pew," that is, one with a 
glazed roof, as there used to be in some churches ; yet we had 
several specimens of the " family pew," one of which bore 
undoubted testimony, in the shape of a soot-grimed wall 
(under the plaster) of having once possessed a stove or fire- 
place. We had some " high" pews with brass rods and 
crimson curtains, where many a novel has been read during 
service time. But this is all altered, so far as our church is 
concerned. There are now none but open seats ; one place 
is as good as another, and there can be no emulation for the 
" chief seats in the synagogue." There is hardly any doubt 
that seats have been used in English churches since the 
earliest Christian days, the Anglo-Saxons in their illuminated 
MSS., sometimes representing congregations seated on low 
moveable stools. Then, right away to the seventeenth cen- 
tury a chain of evidence exists shewing that seats, at first 
moveable, and then fixed, were used in churches, but it is 
not until we come to the latter part of the 15th century that 
*• pews," in our sense of the term, are to be found.* But 

* The earliest reference to pew-rents thai I have seen is in a 
privately printed pamphlet, "A Caxton Memorial: Extracts from 
the Churchwardens' Accounts of the Parish of St. Margaret, West- 
minster," (kc. Mr. T. C. Noble there saj's that pew-rents were in 
existence at St. Margaret's in 1478, in which year twenty were col- 
lected, and in 1480, forty-three. 



6 CALVERLET CHURCH. 

now we come to the beginning of it. First, in many places, 
we find a pew appropriated to the lord of the manor, or the 
patron, a person w^ho was always treated with great consi- 
deration in the matter of church accommodation. Coinci- 
dent with the rise of Puritanism, the evil began rapidly to 
spread ; pews and galleries were erected, all rule and order 
in church arrangement were utterly lost sight of, and every 
man, who could, did what was right in his own eyes, each 
seized upon that portion of the church which seemed most 
convenient to him, " squeezing the poor man into a corner, 
or out of the church altogether." The first of these appro- 
priations that we have record of in Calverley was in 1G06, 
and was " sett fi'orthe" by the then churchwardens as stated 
on p. 169, vol. 1. There were several re-allottments after 
that, which will be found in the '• Register of Seats," vol. 1 , 
pp. 1G9 — 181. The one possessing most interest is the 
allotment of the seats in the chancel in 1628. Previous to 
this date it would seem that the chancel was free of seats. 
These " new seats" were in existence before 1870; plain, 
roughly-made, oak benches, which would have been un- 
sightly objects in the restored church. Mr. Graunt, the 
vicar who erected them, called them *' closets ;" and " like a 
prudent man, he repaid himself by their sale — a truly illegal 
act." 

The next alteration in the matter of sittings was in 1663. 
The register of allotments after this " repayring" mentions 
" ye old booke of churchwardens accounts, anno Dom. 1585." 
Who does not wish that this " old booke" still existed ? It 
would doubtless have thrown a good deal of light on the 
state of the parish at the period immediately succeeding the 
Reformation. 

Benjamin Sandall, a native of the parish, knew of the endless 
bickerings and troubles there had been about the continual 
alterations and re-allotments of the pews, so when he had 
got comfortably settled in the vicarage, one of his first acts 
was to register the seats according to the then disposition of 
them, and to let it be known that that was to be the only 
allotment he should allow, and that so " they should continue 
for his time without alteration." The rest of the " register 
of seats" only records the changing of hands of single pews, 
and this only up to 1735. 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 7 

Mr. Sandall's successor to the living was Samuel Ferraud, 
who became vicar on the 7th December, 1688. He was 
presented by King James the Second on that date, his ap- 
pointment being one of that monarch's last acts before he 
quitted the realm (11th Dec, 1688). Mr. Ferrand was a 
member of the Ferrand family of St. Ives, near Bingley. 
His father, Benjamin Ferrand, Esq., who died Feb., 1699, 
married (18th Dec, 1645,) Martha the daughter of Edward 
Brokesbank, Esq., of Wilsden. He had, besides Samuel, 
three sous and four daughters. His eldest son, Kobert, had 
two sous, the second of whom (Bradgate Ferrand, A.M., of 
Trinity College, Cambridge,) was vicar of Bradford. Our 
vicar was afterwards rector of Todwick, and vicar of Rother- 
ham.* He had been baptized at Bingley, 24th Feb., 1644. 
He married, firstly in 1687, Anne Marsh, and secondly 

Dobson. By his first wife he had six sons — Benjamin, 

(who was in holy orders), Philip, James, Robert, Edward, 
and Fytch William Ferrand. The last-named son lived at 
St. James', Clerkenwell, and died 1st Nov., 1759, leaving 
a son Benjamin. 

The rectorial or great tithes were at this time still in the 
hands of the Saviles. On p. 25 of vol. 1, it is conjectured 
that William Yernou and Christopher Naylor were trustees 
for Sir George Savile in the purchase of Calverley Rectory, 
and this turns out to have been the case. Through the 
kindness of S. J. Chadwick, Esq., I am able to give a copy 
of certain " Interrogatories" respecting the purchase. 

Exchequer. 2 K. Miscellaneous. Charles 1st. p. 537. 

'' Interrogatories to be administered to witnesses to be produced on 
the parte and behalf of Christopher Nailer, gent., defendant, at the 
suite of the Kinge's most excellent Majestie, which now is plaintife, 
by information exhibited by his Highness Attorney General!. "' 

The 6th and last paragraph. 

" Item, did not the said Sir George Savile in his life tyme deale 
with the late Right honorable Lodovike Duke of Lennox for the 
purchase of the Rectories of Wakefield Dewesburie Calverley Col- 
linghara and Bardsey & of the moiety of the Rectorie of Otley in the 
said county of Yorke in fee farme from our late soureigne Lord Kinge 
James ? Howmanie yeares value accordingetotheseverall particulars 
thereof did he the said Sir George Savile give and pay to the said 

* Foster's Yo?'ksklre Pedigrees. 



8 CALVERLEY CHURCIT. 

Late Duke of Lennox for the said premisses as you know or have- 
crediblie heard? And was not the letters patents thereof thereupon 
taken and had from his late Majestie in the names of the said Willm 
Vernon and Christofer Nailor as Patentees in trust and confidence to 
and for the use of the said Sir George Savile & his heires and assignes 
and at the nomination of the said Duke ? Declare your whole know- 
ledge herein. 

Fran. Nevile. 
Greg[ory] Armitage." 

But the Saviles were evidently Lessees of this Rectory 
before the reign of King James, as the following extract 
from the Calendar of Depositions bv Commission will shew. 
(38th Rep. Dep. K. Pub. Rec. p. 260.) 

Hilary Term. 31 Eliz. 1.588. Commission 18 Nov. Literrogatories 
and Depositions. 8 Jan. at Bradfurth. No. 23. Plaintiff, George 
Savile. Defendant, Edw. Owldfeilde. Rectory or Parsonage of 
Calverley, and the towns villages or hamlets of Rodley, Priesthorpe, 
Farsley, Woodall, Bolton, & Wadlands, in Calverley parish. Whether 
the parsonage is parcel of the late dissolved chapel of St. Sepulchre, 
near York Cathedral. Tithes. (The names and possessions of VVm. 
Wade, Richard Welfitt, and Edward Chippendale, are mentioned.) 

It has been stated (p. 25-6, vol. 1) that in 1692, Walter 
Calverley, Esq., commenced to buy the great tithes, so far 
as his lands in Calverley were concerned. This was pro- 
bably led up to by an action which Elizabeth Ubaldino, 
Cf)untess Dowager of Montfeltre, daughter of Henry 
Savile, Esq., of Bowling, brought against Walter Calverley, 
(4 Jas. II. 1688). She set forth that since 25th March, 
1672, she had been seized in fee of and in the Rectory Im- 
propriate of Calverley church and parish, and of all tithes 
both great and small, arising within Calverley. It appears 
that Walter Calverley occupied and possessed 100 acres of 
arable, 20 acres of meadow, and a quantity of pasture grounds- 
in the parish, and that during the said years he " cut great 
quantities of grass, and made the same into hay." He also 
had great quantities of wheat and other corn cut, reaped, 
and " inned" (housed) in the same years. He also " did 
keep and depasture divers milch cows and sheep, and did 
yearly sheare the said sheep, the tithes of which were of 
considerable value." The plaintiff complained that defend- 



HISTORY OF THE CHITRCH-. 9* 

ant refused to set forth his tithes, or permit plaintiff to 
receive them in kind, he believing that a modus was 
customarily paid for them, of Is. 6d. for every " day's work 
with the plough," when the corn was reaped and iuned. 
That at that time, and for time out of mind, such a modus 
had been paid to the Vicar of Calverley, as composition 
for tithe hay upon defendant's lands within the Rectory of 
Calverley. That the small tithes had been paid or satisifac- 
tion given for them to the Vicar of Calverley. Thac the 
defendant had always been ready and willing to pay the 
modus, but it had been refused. That, about 20 years before, 
the plaintiff, and Ann Savile, her sister, brought an action 
against defendant for tithes in kind of corn and hay, at York 
Assizes, but a verdict was given for defendant. 

The cause was heard at Serjeants' Inn, on Fridaj', 14th 
July, 2 Jas. II. It was ordered by the court that the de- 
fendant should pay plaintiff tithe in kind for his lands in 
Calverley, for the years claimed. That £100 should be paid 
for the first fourteen years of the sixteen set forth, being the 
value agreed on by defendant in letters which were read ; 
and 4s. for tithe hay. This was finally confirmed in Trinity 
term, 3 W. and M. (1692) by the Right Hon. Sir Robert 
Atkyne, &c. 

Sir Walter Calverley, in his Memorandum BooTc, {Add. 
MS. 27,418) says, "15 July, 1692. Mr. Richardson of 
Bradford, delivered me a copy of the Decree and other pro- 
cesses of the Exchequer at suite of the Countis of Mounty- 
feltry." On the 12th of December following, the " Articles 
of Agreement betwixte Mr. Savile and his sisters" were 
drawn up, and they '' signed for the purchase of Calverley 
tithes and all arrears, in consideration whereof, I am to give 
them 1 guiney in hand and to pay 615/ before sealing the 
deed." He went to London to meet Mr. Savile, and to settle 
the matter, but found it a not very straightforward business. 
Mr. Savile appears to have made many excuses in order to 
defer bringing things to a poiut, and several days were lost 
by useless delay. Then Mr. Savile declared he had not sold' 
the tithes of Mr. Calverley's uncle's lands in the Manor of 
Calverley, and refused to give up the writings relating to 
the tithes. He also said he had not sold Mr. Calverley any 



10 CALVERLET CHURCH. 

small tithes, nor any other tithes but those on his own lands. 
To which was answered that if Mr. Savile had any tithes in 
Calverley Manor which were not on Mr. Calverley's lands, 
or his uncle's, they should be excepted. After other delays, 
fully particularized in the Memoraiidum Book, it was agreed 
to have the articles drawn up, and that they should remain 
in the hands of Lord Halifax, copies being retained by the 
purchaser. The writings were executed on the 20th of June, 
J 694, "from Henry Savile and Anne Savile, and also from 
Mrs. Mynne." to Walter Calverley, Esq. They were sealed 
at Mr. Smith's chambers, an old lawyer in the Middle 
Temple. The witnesses to the deeds were Mr. Richard 
Husband, Zechariah Scott (servant to one Mr. Smith in 
Fanchurch Street, who received the money from Mrs. Mynn), 
Gervase Clough (clerk to Mr. Smith), and Samuel Heming- 
way.* About the 1st August, 1G94, the deeds were lodged 
in the hands of Lord Halifax, after being copied. 

The oldest Terrier belonging to the church bears date 2Q 
Sept., 17 1 6. It shows that the Vicar is entitled to the small 
tithes — lamb and wool, pigs and geese, payable in kind. 
The second terrier, dated 10 iVug., 1727, also gives him all 
the small tithes. The next (13 Sept., 1743) agrees with 
them, and gives particulars. The following is a copy of it : — 

1713. 

"A true terrier of all the messuages, tenements, edifices, dues, and 
offerings belonpring to the parish church of Calverley, in the county 
and diocese of York, taken and made, and exhibited at Wakefield, at 
the Court of Corrections, held there the 13th of September, in the 
year of our Lord, 1743. 

Imprimis. There is a Vicarage house, belonging to which there is 
a barn, a garden, and an orcluud. 

Tytlies. Every house pays 2^d., every communicant 2d., a cow 
l.id.. bees Id., a foal 4d., a plough Id., lamb and wool Is., pigs and 
geese in kind, turnips and potatoes and rapes, 5s. per acre, eggs Id. 

Surplice Dues. A marriage by banns 2s., by license 5s., a churching 
Is., a funeral in the churchyard Is., in the church os., chancel 13s. 4d. 
For laying a stone down 2s. 6d. in either church or churchyard. 

There is an annuity of 40s. arising out of four houses called Park 
Houses, in the township of Leeds." 

♦ Sir Walter Calverley 'a agent. 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 11 

The next terrier is dated 1748. It is substantially the 
same as the 1743 one, but goes more into detail in reference 
to the tithes. The fifth ( 11th May, 1764) states that the 
vicarage house was built of stone (excepting a small portion 
which was of lath and plaster), covered with slate, and con- 
taining on the lower floor a kitchen and pantry, with a small 
vaulted cellar below the latter, and a hall, all floored with 
stone, a parlour and bed-chamber, floored with deal, and 
ceiled, and a lumber room. None of the rooms were wains- 
cotted. There were a stable with loft, and a chaise-house 
attached. The glebe consisted of a small garden east of the 
house, an area or yard, a small orchard and a little garden 
on the west, the churchyard (including church and school 
house built in the S.E. corner), with two elm trees in it. 
The furniture of the church included a communion table 
with blue cloth cover, two silver communion cups, one in- 
scribed " I. H. S. Coverley Church 1757." and the other sans 
inscription, one pewter flagon, and one pewter paten. 

The 1770 terrier is like the last, except that it mentions, 
among the church furniture, a flagon of silver inscribed on 
the side, " I. H. S. We have Redemption through his Blood. 
Ephes. chap. 1st ver. 7th," and on the bottom, " D. D. W. 
B. 1765," and a paten of silver inscribed, "The gift of W. 
Bewicke, vicar of this church, 1767." 

The next terrier is dated 2nd June, 1777, and states that 
the vicarage garden had been enlarged by the gift of a piece 
of ground by the Rev. Wilson Bewicke, D.D. The rest of 
the details are as in the previous one, as are those of the 
next two, which are dated respectively, 2 June, 1781, and 1 
June, 1786. The 1809 (June) terrier mentions the addition 
to the glebe of an enclosure on Coal-hill, containing 3 roods 
9 perches. The school-house still stood in the S.E. corner of 
the churchyard. The churchyard had been enlarged by the 
gift of 1 rood of land on the east side, from Thos. Thornhill, 
Esq., lord of the manor.* The church furniture is the same, 
with the exception that a new eight-day clockf and six bells 

* He had purchased it of Sir Walter Calverley Blackett in 1754. 

f A new clock, with Cambridge chimes, and made by Messrs. James 
Shaw, Son, & Co., of Bradford, has just been put into the tower at the 
expense of Mr. T. H. Gray, of Calverley. 



12 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

nre mentioDed." A compleat Bone House, with a Door and 
Locke, to preserve the Bones of the Deceased until a proper 
opportunity for committing them to the earth again," had 
been lately erected by the parishioners, at the north-west 
corner of the steeple. The 1817 and 1825 terriers are 
similar, excepting that the fees had in some cases been 
altered. 

Up to the year 1733, the churchwardens' accounts (which 
commence in 1637) exhibit nothing noteworthy, except 
perhaps the names of those who held the office. They are 
simply total sums of receipts and payments, without details 
of any kind, and are each year witnessed, or "passed," by 
about half-a-dozen of the " principal inhabitants." Under 
date 26th July, 1733, and from that time onward, however 
we come across a few curious particulars. The work of 
examining them has been rendered easier by Mr. William 
Thornton, clerk to the Calverley Local Board. He has taken 
the trouble to sort the whole of our old town's papers, and to 
mount the earlier accounts in strongly-bound volumes. The 
papers will now be in a much more likely way for being 
preserved, besides being so much readier for reference than 
hitherto; although former custodians of them have not been 
as careless of their charge as was generally the case. Most 
of them had been folded, docketed, and tied in bundles. 

By looking over the churchwardens' accounts, which are 
generally dull enough, and sometimes even repellant, we 
may catch occasional glimpses of the days of our great- 
great-grandfathers, which are not altogether devoid of in- 
terest, or unworthy of note. The extracts will not be all 
interesting to everybody ; some of them may be scarcely 
worth reading by those who do not live in the place, and 
whose forefathers have not lived m the parish. There is 
nothing about them but what may be found in the accounts 
of hundreds of parishes besides Calverley ; and Antiquaries 
may ask, " What is the use of continually repeating ex- 
amples such as these, of which we have abundance already 
printed ?" To this I would beg to answer, that this sketch 
is written more for the use of those immediately interested 
in their native place, than for those who have made minute 
points of history, whether general or parochial, their parti- 
cular study. They who have no opportunity of reading the 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 13 

churchwardens' accounts of their own or of any other parish, 
are likely to be more vividly impressed by a fact connected 
with their own district, than by any general statement of 
what took place elsewhere. 

The extracts most interesting are as follows : — 

1733. July 26. James Hardwicke for new Door for "Bell-chamber, 6d. 

Bands and Nails and Crooks for same 4d. 

31b. 4 oz. lead 2d. 

Crooks soldering ... Id. 

Lock & Key 2^d. 

Gave workmen same time 2d. 

Wm. Newshol me for Little Bell plates & wedge 4d. 

Prisoners in York Goal ... 5s. 7d. 

For fetching 2 cart-loads of Moss for Church... Od. 

Gave to John Friend, who had a letter of request, for loss 

sustained by Thunder & Lightning ... 6d. 

Church mossing & collaring ... 4s. Od. 

Expenses same day ... 4s. Od. 

William Newsholm for Iron Work 

The entries relative to the new door for the Bell-chamber 
need no comment. It may be added that the worthy church- 
man who found solder and work benevolently returned his 
charge of Id. " as his offering to the Treasury of the Tem- 
ple." The moss and mossing entries are relics of the old 
practice of stuffing holes in the church (and less sacred) 
roofs with that humble material, in order to keep out the 
bad weather. "Letters of request" were common enough 
in those days, and down to the reign of King George the 
Third. If a man suffered loss from " God's Visitation," he 
straightway endeavoured to procure from the Magistrates 
assembled in Quarter Session a recommendation to the 
Bishop of the Diocese for a " Brief," or" Letter of Request," 
to be read during Divine service. Having once obtained 
this, it was not necessary for him to perambulate the country 
in order to collect, from public and private charity, sufficient 
to cover his loss. There were persons who farmed these 
briefs, and realized large sums, giving the sufferer by fire " a 
sum down on the nail," and carrying about perhaps a dozen 
of these Episcopal Licenses to receive the alms of the 
charitable and well-disposed persons of their diocese. Many 
thousands of these have been printed, and there is a refer- 
ence to them in nearly every parish register or churchwar- 
dens' accounts, Every member of the congregation gave 



14 CALVERLET CHURCH. 

what he thought fit, and sometimes the churchwardens 
supplemented the amount gathered, by a gift, in their cor- 
porate capacity, out of the town stock. 

In addition to the accounts for 1737, the list of persons 
assessed for Church Rate for that year is preserved. The 
account and the rate are both written in a beautiful hand 
by a practised scribe. As it doubtless is a complete list of 
the farmers then living in the township, I print it in full, in 
the Additional Notes. 

The following extracts from the accounts for the same 
year give the only record we have of one of those abominable 
** reparations" which from time to time helped to disfigure 
the old church. 

Spent when church ceilings painted, ... 28. Od. 

Francis Parker for 6 Id. lime 2s. 6d. 

John Carr for sleeking and blending the same 6d. 

John Slater for 6 stroaks of hair 8d. 

000 nails at 2^d. per hundred Is. O^d. 

4 load of slack {small coal) for church, and fetching Is. Od. 

1 cwt. of latts (^aMs) ... o^d. 

400 nails 3^d. 

6 lb. lead 3d. 

Spanish brown and lingett oyl for colouring church yate 4d. 

Jno. Carr for church ceilings and school mossing 3s. 6d. 

Also paid him for church ceilings painting and 3 thack 

riggings itliatck ridffi figs) 7s. Od. 

Newyate, &.C 2s. od. 

Ironwork 2s. 2d. 

Chamber floor laying, and new gate 2s. 4d. 

Glazing church and schools Is. 6d. 

New church yates ... 7s. lOd. 

Plastering steps, alley (aaZe) & quire ... Is. 4d. 

Pd. for fetching Sir Walter long ladder from Woodhall, 4d. 
For fetching scaffolding from Ashholt ... 4d. 

2 1b. glue 3Jd. 

Jno. Carr, for whitening church, and plastering and 

whitening church porch os. Od. 

May 6, 1738. Carrying Sir Walter ladder to Woodhall 2d. 

Carrying scaffolding to Ashholt 4d. 

In the 1740-1 account we come across the entry — " Paid 
John Gott for putting up slates in the Quear {choir, chancel) 
2d." This John (iott was the ancestor of the wealthy Leeds 
family of that name. He was at this time the leading 
Tuason and builder in the district, and his operations were 
not confined to his own township; many of the county 
bridijes then built were his work. 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 15 

Almost every year new beU ropes had to be bought. This 
is a curious circumstance, and it looks at first sight as if the 
rope-makers of last century were very inferior workmen. 
Not so, however. The worthy men who served the office of 
churchwarden considered the " old" bell-ropes as the per- 
quisites of that office, and acted accordingly. 

In 1745, the year in which '* Bonnie Prince Charlie" came 
over, the bells were taken down and re-cast by Edward 
Sellar, of Toft Green, York. The cost of the bells was 
raised by a church-rate, with the exception of £20 given 
by Sir Walter Calverley, and £10 by the Vicar (the Rev. 
Samuel Dodgson). There had been three bells in the 
tower before this, probably the same as had called to matins 
and evensong through those centuries in which religion had 
had a stronger hold on the hearts of the people than at the 
time we are speaking of. These three old bells weighed 
32cwt. Oqrs. ITlbs., and they were re-cast at a cost of £20 
per ton, or £32 3s. Od. llcwt. Iqr. 21bs. of new metal was 
required to make up the six bells at 14d. per ft. The cost 
of exchange of clappers was £2 10s., and of hanging the 
six bells £24. Total £132 17s., "which was paid to one 
Edw. Sellars, a Bell-founder in York, the 8th Nov., 1 745." 
Sir Walter Calverley, besides giving £20, lent the church- 
wardens the remainder of the money, without interest. 
Thus says the Memorandum Book of Sir Walter :* but it 
does not tell us that " the wise men of Calverley had made 
no provision for hanging the bells," and that " Sir Walter 
therefore came to the rescue by lending £20 for the same, 
the churchwardens giving him satisfactory security for re- 
payment." Such was the case, however.f In the year 
1748, the bells had to be re-hung, " at a cost of twelve or 
thirteen pounds, paid to Harrison, of which sum Sir Wr. 
Calverley paid and gave in timber seven or eight pounds." 
(Add. MS. 27,418.; 

In 1862 the bells were re-cast, the cost (£202) being 
raised by public subscription. Their number was augmented 
to eight. The inscriptions on them are as follows. J The 
maker's name and the date is on each. 

* Add. MS. 27 AIS. 
t Calverley a?id its Story. 

X They are the same (excepting the maker's name) a:- the inscrip- 
tions on the old bells. 



116 CALYERLEY CHUllCTf. 

2'rehle. G. Mears, Founder, London. — 
Incipe musa prior. 1860. 

Second. Nulli que secunda sequor. 

Third. Paulo majora canamus. 

tourth. Venite exultemus Domino. 

Fifth. Gloria in altissimis Deo. 

Sixth. Et pax in terra. 

Seventh. In homines benevolentia. 

Tenor. G. Mears, Founder, London, 1860 | cum sono busta 
mori : cum pulpita vivere disce | DD Gualterus Calverley 
me cum sociis | septem proquinquerefundendum curarunt 
1860 I Alfred Brown, M. A. Vicar, Samuel Laycock Tee, 
John Lambert, Churchwardens. 

The weights of the bells, when taken down in 1860, were 
found to be : — 

cwt. qre. lbs. 

Tenor 11 1 

Fifth 8 3 

Fourth 8 16 

Third 6 7 

Second 5 10 

TreUe 4 1 16 

Total 43 2 21 



And the weights of the present bells are : — 

cwt. qrs. lbs. 

Tenor 10 2 26 

Seventh 8 7 

Sixth 7 1 17 

Fifth 5 1 23 

Fourth 5 17 

Third 4 2 8 

Second 4 19 

Treble 3 3 6 

Total 49 2 1 



The following references to the bells occurs in the church- 
wardens' accounts : — 

" 1733. Pd. Wm. Newsholm (" the village blacksmith,") for Little 
Bell Plates & Wedges, 4d." 

" ] 737. Bell Clapper piecing, 8d." 

" 1740. Pd. for taking the Great Bell up, and fastening the gugen." 
(gudgeon), 

"1748. Paid when we had a Vesture Meeting about Bells, 2s." 
•' Expenses the second time, sd." 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 17 

"174rS. John Huwgate for ringing, 14(s. 4d." " Abra. Beecroft^ 

•five & eight, os."' 

"1749. Pd. for a man Sc horse going to Pudsey & Idle about 

ringing five & eight. 4d." 

" 177.S— 4. Pd. Wni. Blaker for ringing o k 8. 3s. 4d." 
" 1776. Ap. 23. Pd. at a meeting of repairing y^e Bells, 2s." 
" 1814, Ap. 7. Pd. ringers for ringing for good news, 2s." 
"1817. Ringers'" wages, 6 months, 61. 9s. 6d. God's penny, 12s. 

Winding up Clock, Sc Sunday morning peals, G months, 13s. Gd." 

1748 is the year in which we first come across the 
entry, repeated half-yearly, " Paid for ringing 5 and 8," — 
live and eight o'clock are meant, of course. At this date, the 
wages for {performing this nseful service was five shillings 
half-yearly, the remuneration gradually increasing until, 
forty odd years ago, it had advanced to £1 half-yearly. The 
custom was occasionally called "ringing the curfew," and 
we are alnK)st fain to think that it was the old Norman 
custom which had been kept up since the time of the Con- 
queror. Now-a-days, when each factory has its own bell, 
(whilom a " buzzer,") no successor is needed to the worthy 
functionary who was last wont to rise at half-past four every 
morning, winter and summer, to awake the slumbering 
farmers. Lonely and quiet must the old village have been, 
■when he turned out, lantern in hand, to seek the steeple 
door. One dark morning, the curfew-ringer left home as 
iusual to go to his task, but no five o'clock bell was heard, 
^nd his wife, becoming imeasy, sent messeno-ers to the 
•church to look for him. They brought him home bruised 
and battered. He had fallen through an opening in the 
floor down on the stone flags of the church beneath, and his 
injuries were such that he never regained his health. 

But to return to 1745. I will give but three more extracts 
from the account for that year, the first two illustrating 
•some of the duties devolving on the " Kirk-masters" of that 
■day. 

" Spent at a seai'ch about Disorderly People Is." 
"John Eawson, for carrying Sarah Scott to Halifax, by order." 
"July 17th, 1745. Merni^Q. It is hereby agreed that all ensuing 
Churchwardens shall be allowed only 3 shillings each at the Visita- 
tions, and at the Sacrament at Michaelmas and Christmas 1 shilling 
•«ach, at other times 2 shillings each, and in all other respects as usual. 
Witness our hands, 

Saml. Slater, Richard Oliver. 

John Rawson, Timothy Overekd, 

KoBT. Hardaker, John Myers." 

B 



18 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

" Disorderly People" were such as did not come to Church, 
walked in the Churchyard, or drank in the public houses 
during Divine Service; and also those who harboured 
vagrants and played at " pitch- and- toss/* and other unlawful 
games on the Lord's Day. 

The second entry tells us that the churchwardens had to 
do with the settlement of paupers before the passing of the 
Poor-Law Act. The last entry explains itself. 

Many a smile is provoked when looking over the quaint 
entries, and by nothing oftener than by the curious notions 
which possessed the not very learned scribes in the matter of 
spelling. '• Quear" is an odd rendering of '' choir," and so is 
" vesture" of " vestry." " Gearth" is meant for " girth," 
''corps," for "corpse," (" Paid for a gearth to let down the 
corps with, 2d.") *' Sest" means "assessed," '"sess," 
" assessment." " Soudering" is the operation now usually 
termed "soldering." "Cloath" is good Yorkshire for 
"cloth." " Melishah" is intended as a phonetic rendering 
of " militia," as is " seeling" for " ceiling," '* kist" for the 
West- Riding pronunciation of "chest," — a box. "Weirs" 
is construed into "wires" by reading the context. The 
verb " to write" is twisted into " to wright." A " foumard" 
is, of course, a " foumart," but "urchants" and " or chin" 
are at first sight nearly unrecognizable. They were " ur- 
chins," i.e., hedgehogs. Many more specimens of faulty 
orthography might be instanced, but the above must suffice. 

A rather prominent functionary of last century was the 
" dog-whipper." To those who meet with this name for the 
first time, it will be a puzzle to guess what possible purpose 
a dog-whipper could serve in the church-economy of his 
day, and they will be ready to judge, from the extreme rarity 
of the visits of canine beings to our places of worship, that 
the office was a mere sinecure — a sort of " Chiltern Hun- 
dreds" — which office the ancient servants of the church 
would accept on being superannuated. This, however, we 
learn was not the case. It was a common custom for 
persons, especially farmers, to bring their dogs with them 
to church, or rather, to leave them in the churchyard, 
where they often proved the truth of Dr. Watts' line — 



Let dogs delight to bark and bite," kc. 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 19 

It was in 1746 that the Churchwardens of Calverley 
•decided to name and appoint a person to fill the office of 
" dog-whipper." They were the more moved thereunto, 
inasmuch as Sir Walter Calverley ofPered to give them cloth 
wherewith to make the new officer a suit of clothes, provided 
the parish would make them up, and continue to appoint a 
similar officer, and find him with a suit every two years. 
This was to be his wages and recompense ; and we find that 
the first worthy dog-whipper was Abraham Beecroft (1746). 
This very appropi'iate entry soon follows : — " Paid for a 
whip, Is." The minute is solemnly signed by all the six 
ohurchward-ens of the parish. 

Under date 1757 is the following : — " For exchange for 
the Cup, £1:4: 0." This refers to one of the silver com- 
munion chalices, still in existence. It bears the inscription 
"I. H. S. Coverley Church 1757," and weighs about 16 oz. 
There is also another weighing about 54 oz., with the in- 
scriptions, "I. H. S. We have redemption through his 
Blood. Ephes. chap. 1st ver. 7," and " D. D. W. B. 1765." 
It was given by Dr. Bewicke, then Vicar, as was also one of 
the silver patens. The latter is inscribed — " The gift of 
W. Bewicke, Vicar of this Church, 1767." x\nother paten 
was given by Mrs. Rand at the restoration of the church in 
1870. 

No further alteration of any importance was made in the 
church until 1838, when a gallery (pulled down at the latest 
restoration) was built to accommodate the Sunday school 
children, who at this time numbered about 100. " Before 
this date there was a gallery just large enough to hold the 
members of the choir and the instrumentalists. The new 
gallery rested on a beam supported at each end by the capitals 
of the westernmost pillars of the nave arcade. It was of deal, 
and its front was ornamented T ?) by arched panels and 
pilasters. The nave arches on each side of it were walled 
up, and a doorway broken through the south nave wall to 
form the approach to the gallery. 

From 1838 to 1870 no material change was made in the 
west end of the church, and most of the parishioners are 
familiar with the appearance it then presented. Entering 
bv the south door, you passed through an inner porch of wooc^ 



20 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

and down a flight of stone steps to the floor of the church. 
To the left was a stone staircase, which partially obscured the 
west window of the south aisle, and in the gallery was the 
organ, almost blocking up the curious tower arch. Under 
the gallery, a doorway from the body of the church opened 
into the lowest story of the tower, a dark region where th& 
heating apparatus stood, and where wood and coal were 
stored. 

Shortly after the building of the gallery, a great part of 
the church was re-pewed with oak. 

A few years later, a partial restoration of the church 
became necessary. It had fallen into such a dangerous 
state of dilapidation, that Divine service could not be per- 
formed in it without imminent peril to the congregation. 
Among other things, an entirely new chancel roof was 
needed, part of the old roof having actually fallen in. The 
north and south aisles required re-building, and other por- 
tions of the church called for renovation.* 

This work was a great advance on what had been done 
for many generations, as it swept away numerous deformities 
which had been introduced, and restored some features of 
the church to a nearer resemblance to their ancient character. 
But as yet, public taste was not sufficiently cultivated to 
demand the total removal of plaster and paint, deal painted 
to imitate oak, and all the other paltry make-shifts of the 
last century. The next generation was to have the honour 
ef doing these things. Nevertheless, the spirit which 



* Before this date, there had been carved bosses on the crossings 
of the rafters in the north and south aisles, but they seem to have 
strayed away during the reparation. Some of them bore the Calver- 
ley arms carved in an abnormal manner, possibly through the carver 
having copied the shields from a seal on which the arms ocenr in the 
same way. The Calverley coat is Sable, an inescutcheon between an 
07'le of owls argent. In the rendering of this in the bos8es> and 
on the seal referred to, the artists placed the 
two middle owls in a position not agreeable to 
the rules of heraldry. I append a sketch 
of the seal as it occurs on some of the Calver- 
ley charters (^Titvs, 27, 28, 80, 33 and 34). 
.Fust over half-a-century ago, these shields and 
bosses were still in existence. Sir Walter Cal- 
verley Trevelyan saw them when on a visit to 
the village in A.D. 1828. 




HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 21 

animated the projectors of the "restoration" of 1844 was 
evidently a right one. Though they did not accomplish 
much really artistic work, (and some of it was not done 
in a very substantial manner), yet the germ of a better 
and higher feeling for our old ecclesiastical architecture was 
springing up and shewing itself, and zealous efforts were 
made to adorn and beautify, in the correct sense of the 
word, the House of God, in which the parishioners and their 
ancestors had, for so many generations, met together for 
public worship. 

At the re-opening services, which were held on Friday 
the 12th, and Sunday, the 14th of November, 1844, the 
following Clergy preaclied the sermons : — on Friday, the 
Reverend Hugh Stowell, Canon of Manchester, and the 
Rev. John Haigh, of Sheffield; on Sunday, the Venerable 
Charles Musgrave, D.D., Archdeacon of Craven and Vicar 
of Halifax, the Rev. W. Sinclair, of St. George's, Leeds, and 
the Rev. Benjamin Powell, of St. George's, Wigan. " As 
the time drew near," says a contemporary newspaper, *' a 
feverish anxiety prevailed throughout the village, under the 
apprehension of an unfavourable change in the weather. 
Happily the feared change did not take place. Though 
Friday morning was gloomy and showery, the day cleared 
up, and large congregations crowded the church, hundreds 
having to remain outside." The prayers were read on the 
Friday afternoon by the Rev. Samuel Redhead, the Vicar, 
and in the evening by the Rev. Alfred Brown, formerly 
Curate of Calverley, then Incumbent of Cross Stone, and 
afterwards Vicar of Calverley, Little would the latter think 
on that Friday evening, that he was destined to be the chief 
means, in the course of another quarter of a century, of 
promoting a really thorough, almost a j^erfect, restoration of 
the ancient edifice in which his voice was then being heard ! 
Little would he think that that same building was to be a 
lasting monument to his energy and perseverance for after 
generations to reverence and admire. Such, however, was 
to be the case. He succeeded his father-in-law in the 
vicarage, and before his death he had accomplished a work, 
in the almost complete re-building of the church, the like 
of which had not been done in the parish since the time 
when William Calverley, four centuries before, almost re- 
built the sacred edifice . The event in which he assisted 



22 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

in those dark November days of 1844, and which was so 
interesting in the village annals, was only the precursor of 
those more important days, twenty-five years later, when, 
amid flowers and sunshine, the church again over-flowed 
with eagei' listeners, many of whom had come long distances 
over the dnsty roads to see and contribute to that more 

Eerfect restoration then accomplished, and which, it is to be 
oped, will never be spoiled by injudicious "beautify- 
ing." 

For some years it had been seen by Mr. Brown and those 
most intimately connected with it, that the old church 
needed taking in hand, and thoroughly repairing, — in fact 
almost re-building. The thousands of storms it had weath- 
ered, the hundreds of frosty winters it had seen, and, more 
especially, the injudicious interference of man, had taken 
serious hold on the once substantial building. Even the 
last reparation the church had undergone, so lately as 1844, 
proved to be a source of danger to a portion of the structure. 
The new chancel roof, being badly designed, had pushed 
the walls considerably out of perpendicular. When the 
restoration was going on, each day's experience proved 
more and more how necessary was the work ; the fabric 
having been so much injured by its repeated alterations and 
re-alterations, and by that most objectionable practice, 
(which had for many years been discontinued) the making 
of graves within the church. Some of the pillars were 
found, owing to these inter-mural interments, to be standing 
on mere columns of earth, of the same diameter as them- 
selves. During the restoration, the rain got to the foun- 
dations of one of these pillars, and loosened the earth on which 
it stood, with the result that the base-stone, thongh a solid, 
hard mass of sandstone, was split quite asunder. This, 
among many other circumstances, made it appear almost 
miraculous that the building had not fallen to ruin. 

A report was made on the state of the building, and plans 
for its restoration were drawn up, by the well-known Gothic 
architects, Messrs. T. H. and F. Healey, of Bradford, and 
the restoration was carried on under their supervision. 

When the faculty had been obtained, a start was at once 
made, in April, 1869, by removing all the pews and the 
gallery from the church. Most of the woodwork was sold, 
the old oak being so hard and full of nails as to be useless, 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 23 

and the money thus raised went to the building fund. There 
was very little ancient woodwork remaining, except the nave 
roof, the font cover, the communion table, and a few pews 
and benches of Jacobean and later dates, which had nothing 
about them valuable enough to make them worthy of pre- 
servation, unless we except the font cover, which, though of 
debased character, architecturally speaking, yet was of 
interest as shewing how the old mediaeval character still 
survived. There was no rood or chancel screen, nor any 
remains of one. The gallery was swept away. All the 
roofs, with their lath and plaster ceilings, were taken down. 
That over the nave was the only roof found to be made of 
ancient timber. As we have seen, it had been originally 
covered with lead, but this was removed during the last 
century, and the roof lowered in pitch. It was now restored 
to its original pitch. The old race-course, which is to be 
seen on the tower wall inside the church, and below the 
present roof-line, is a relic of the building as it was before 
the clerestory was added. The old roof-beams, where pos- 
sible, were retained, and where defective were replaced by 
new English oak, the gift of one who took a special interest 
in that part of the church. It was then boarded, felted, and 
covered with grey slate. Entirely new roofs were put over 
the chancel and aisles, made of Memel timber. 

The inner surface of the walls had all the plaster scraped 
oflp, and those of the nave were dressed over.* The royal 
arms, dating from the Georgian era, and painted on a framed 
canvas, stood over the chancel arch. They were relegated 
to an obscurity from which they have not emerged. 

The most considerable undertaking was the re-building 
of the chancel from the foundations. This is almost an 
exact copy of the old, the masonry having been cleansed and 
repaired, and the interior lined with cleansed ashlar. It 
was in taking down the chancel that the ten old incised 
slabsf were discovered, some of them doing duty as window 
heads and sills, and others being worked into the base- 
course. When the plaster had been taken ofP the south 
wall of the chancel, the remaining arches of the sedilia and 
piscina were discovered. Two of them had been open before. 

* Upon the taking off the plaster from the south nave wall, a 
circular-headed Norman window was found.— 8ee Vol. i., p. 8. 
t See Vol. i. p. 16. 



24 



CALVERLEY CHURCH. 




They are of Early Decorated design, the sedilia consist! iig- 
of the usual three openings, containing seats for the priest, 
deacon, and sub-deacon. The piscina was used as a water- 
drain for the rinsings of the chalice. The label moulds hadi 
been knocked off", and tl:^e whole disfigured. The " lepers' 
window*" was restored. 

No aumbrie, hao^ioscope, Ofr stou]), was discovered. 

The chancel had been built about the middle of the four- 
teenth century, pretty nearly upon the foundations of an 
earlier, which probably was Early English, possibly Norman ; 
the outside of the old just corresponding with the inside of 
the new. The old foundations still remained at the restor- 
ation. A careful search shewed that there had been no step 
from the nave to the chancel. 

The chancel arch w^as re-built, and its span somewhat 
enlarged. On taking it down, it was discovered that the- 
nave walls had at one time been partially in ruins, and the 
moss-grown stones were still in situ. Some of the stones 
forming the piers of this arch were parts of window heads of 
a peculiar pattern, having the appearance of Saxon work- 
* See Vol. i. p. 10. 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 25 

rnansfiip. Unfortunately, they were a2:ain built into the 
piers, so that it will probably be some centuries before the 
antiquary will see them again. 

The tower arch is of a singular shape. Instead of its 
point being in the centre, it is ten inches to the right, 
impartiug a one-sided appearance to the arch. The most 
probable reason for this^ is, that it was pierced at the time 
the clerestory was added to the nave, as the present arch- 
would be too high for the former church. A few minutes' 
examination of the joints of the stones forming the arch 
and wall will shew, by their irregularity, that the arch has. 
been pierced in a wall already existing. 

As before stated, the foundations of the nave arcade were 
found to be insecure, so the pillars were taken down one by 
one, and deeper and stronger foundations substituted. 

The north and south aisles, which were of modern date, 
were taken down and extended laterally, to provide addi- 
tional accommodation. The Calverley Chapel, which is at 
the east end of the north aisle,* and which possesses two- 
lancet windows, is now used as an organ cliamber and vestry. 
The east end of the south aisle was formerly the Wadlands 
Chapel, at one time the burial place of the Thornour family. 
No remains or accessories, which could be definitely ascribed 
to its original structure, were discovered, except a broken 
tombstone of limestone, with roll-mould edges, but without 
inscription. No piscina remained in either the Calverley 
or the Wadlands Chapels. 

The present porch is new, all traces of the original 
having disappeared when a modern porch was substituted 
for it some years ago. The doorway into the church is 
original, and was simply repaired and rebuilt. The tracery 
and sills of the clerestory windows, and the west window of 
the tower, were repaired and restored, and the original level 
of the floor, which sloped from west to east as the church- 
yard does, was retained. 

The font is of rather plain design, belonging to the late 
Decorated period, like most of the building. Before the 
restoration, it stood at the west end of the north aisle, and 
the tall crocketed cover had had a piece cut off to accom- 
modate it to the height of the aisle. The font itself was 
turned upside down, the stem being slightly hollowed to form 

* A tradition says that Walter Calverley, who fiojured in the 
" Yorkshire Tragedy," was, after a pretended burial at York, secretly 
conveyed to Calverley and buried there. It is a singular coincidence, 
that a body was found buried in the Calverley Chapel embedded in 
lime, from which a coffin had rotted away. 



26 



CALVERLET CHURCH. 



the bowl, and it was somewhat mutilated. After being 
dressed over, it was removed to the west end of the middle 
aisle, beneath the tower arch, the position it had formerly- 
occupied. In the roof 
directly over it remained 
the old lever by which 
the font-cover had been 
raised and lowered. The 
cover is of oak, and is 
beautiful in its outlines 
and most of its details. 
It is not very ancient ; 
it may belong to the 
latter part of the sixteen- 
th century, or, more 
likely, to the beginning 
of the seventeenth. It 
had been maltreated in 
other ways besides that 
mentioned above, and was 
now thoroughly cleaned 
from paint, repaired 
where defective, and hung 
by a strong chain. 

The old oak commu- 
nion table was provided 
with a new top and 
cleaned. The new com- 
munion rails were given 
by Mr. and Mrs. T. H. 
Gray, of Calverley. They 
also provided the com- 
mandment tablets. The 
latter were affected by 
the damp after a few 
years. Seeing this, the 
late Vicar suggested to 
Mr. Gray that a reredos 
with commandment tab- 
lets should be placed 
under the east window, 
of such a nature as 




HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 27 

would preclude in after years the possibility of putting up 
auything which would uot accord with the Protestaut 
nature of the English Church worship. Mr. Gray at once 
responded to this, and offered to be at the expense of such a 
reredos. The design was prepared by Messrs. T. H. and F. 
Healey, and executed in oak, the carved panels and centre- 
piece by Messrs. Jackson and Graham, Oxford Street, Lon- 
don. The reredos consists of seven compartments. The 
central panel contains a copy in carved oak, and in high 
relief, of Leonardo da Vinci's picture of " The Last Supper.'^ 
The artist has been very successfnl in copying the pose and 
expression of the figures, and has attained a very high 
standard of excellence. Over this central compartment, and 
the two next, is a o|>en-work frieze of interlacing foliage. 
In the centre of this is the Paschal Lamb bearing a flag, 
and above this a crown. On each side of the Lamb, on 
labels, is the inscription, " Ecce Agnus Dei qui tollis peccata 
mundi." There are six tall crocketted finials along the 
frieze, and surmounting it ; at each end is a pastoral staff. 
The compartments next that in the centre have each two 
panels of conventional foliage, fruits, and birds. The Lord's 
Prayer, the Ten Commandments, and the Apostles' Creed 
occupy the four extreme compartments, on deeply recessed 
panels. Over these is a frieze, or battlement, of less elabor- 
ate design than the central one. The lower panels have 
scroll-ornaments. The effect of the reredos as a whole is 
that of quiet, harmonious, beauty. It is a work of art of 
which Calverley is proud. The late Vicar took a great 
interest in it, and made many suggestions as to the design. 
The work was commenced some time before his death, bub 
he did not live to see its completion. It was finished just 
before Easter, 1877. 

To return to 1870. The oak pulpit was retained. Ifc 
was erected in memory of the Reverend Samuel Redhead, 
Vicar of Calverley from 1822 to 1845, by Archdeacon Mus- 
grave, and bears the following inscription : " In memoriam 
Samuelis Redhead, hujus ecclesiae vicarii, d. d. Carolus 
Musgrave : S. T. P., Vicarius de Halifax, et Archdiaconus 
Cravenensis." 

The lectern was given by the Rev. Canon Bailey, D.D. 
Like the rest of the woodwork of the church, it is of oak, 
and is beautifully carved. The whole of the sittings are 



28 CALVERLET CHURCH. 

new. The choir-stalls have fleur-de-lys ends, and carved 
fronts. The organ was placed in the Calverley Chapel, and 
enclosed by a new oak screen of appropriate design. 

There are seven stained-glass windows in the church. 
The north wiudow of the chancel has for its subject "The 
Apostles' Creed." It bears the inscription — " In memory 
of Samuel Redhead, 23 years vicar of this parish, born 
December 24, 1778, died" August 26, 1845. 1 Cor. ii. 2. 
And of Mary, his wife, born Sep. 24, 1787, died Sep. 8, 
1860. 1 Thess. iv. 14." The wiudow over the sedilia was 
given by the late Vicar and Mrs, Brown. Its subject is 
*' Examples of Prayer." It is inscribed: — " Alfred us 
Brown, A.M., Parochise et parochialis ecclesias de Calverley 
vicarius, et Jane uxor ejus adhuc viventes, D.D. Anno sacro 
mdccclxx." That in the south aisle (illustrating the texts 
'' Feed My Sheep," St. John xxi. 16, " There should be time 
no longer," Revelation x. 6, and '*The Everlasting Gospel," 
Revelation xiv. 6,) has lately been placed there by subscrip- 
tion — " In loving memory of our pastor and friend, the Rev. 
Alfred Brown, M.A., Oxon., who fell asleep in Jesus, Dec. 
26, 1876, after 31 years' faithful service as the Yicar of this 
parish." It bears also this insci'iption : — ''They that be 
wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament, and they 
that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and 
ever."* The "Jesse" window in the chancel was inserted 
by Miss Paget, in grateful remembrance of the late Dr. 
Ramsbotham, of Leeds. Its inscription is : — " To the glory 
of God, and in memory of John Hodgson Ramsbotham, 
M.D., who was born June 20. 1809, and died August 5, 
1868. St. John 3, ver. 16. L. P." All the above windows 
are by Messrs. Clayton and Bell. The west wiudow, given 
by Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Gray, is by Powell, and consists of 
representations of the "Visit of the Shepherds," "The 
Resurrection," and " The Ascension." The middle south 
chancel window, by Mr. John Hardman, has for its subjects 
" Mary sitting at the feet of Jesus," and " Christ appearing 
to Mary." On a brass underneath is the inscription : — 



* This window is only a small part of the memorial to Mr. Brown. 
A large and handsome nevv school has been built to his memory, by 
his parishioners and friends, at a total cost of upwards of £1800, 
including levelling the playground, and building boundary walls. 



HISTORY OF THE CHURCH. 29 

"To the glory of God, and in affectionate remembrance of 
Hannah, widow of John Sykes, Esq., of Leeds. Born at 
Calverley, December 7th, 1797, died at Aldborongh April 
9th, 1866 : This window was placed by her sons." The 
east window was restored at the expense of the family 
of the late William Horsfall, Esq. The appearance of the 
church would be greatly improved by the insertion of more 
stained glass. 

The total cost of the restoration was upwards of £4,000, 
of which amount no less than £400 were subscribed by lonCv 
fide working men — a notable fact, and one worthy of 
imitation elsewhere. 

The churchyard had quite a bad reputation in the district 
for its crop of nettles and weeds and its general untidiness; 
but all these blemishes were removed, and the surface of the 
earth was lowered near the church, the base of which it had 
covered up to the depth of a yard in some places, completely 
hiding the two base-moulds of the tower. The churchyard 
is now known as the prettiest, and neatest, for many mile& 
around.* 

Wednesday, the 3rd of August, 1870, was a great day in 
Calverley, and the proudest day in the lives of those who 
had been concerned in the restoration of the old church, and 
now attended the re-opening services. The following clergy 
officiated : — The Right Rev. Robert Bickersteth, D.D.^ 
Lord Bishop of Ripon, The Right Rev. Bishop Ryan, D.D., 
Vicar of Bradford, the Rev. Alfred Brown, Vicar, the Rev. 
E. B. Braithwaite, Curate of Calverley, the Rev. P. J. 
MauniDg, Incumbent of Farsley, and the Rev. H. J. Graham,, 
of Pudsey. Other clergy present were, the Rev. Henry 
Harrison, of Idle, Rev. R. Keeling, of Windhill, Rev. Canon 
Mitton, Rev. Knight Gale, and Rev. R. H. Heap. The morn- 
ing sermon was preached by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese. 
At the conclusion of his discourse, the Bishop said that he- 
rejoiced with them all in the good work which had been 
brought to so happy a consummation, and with respect to 
which they were assembled. The work had been one begun 

* This year (1882) an addition of an acre and a quarter has been 
made to it on the east side. The land has been given by W. C. C, 
Thornhill, Esq.. Lord of the Manor, and the cost of building boundary 
walls, making paths, &c., is being met by the subscriptions of the- 
congregation. 



so CALVERLET CHURCH- 

in faith ; there had been some trembling mixed with the 
faith; but, for all that, there had been a confidence that in a 
"work undertaken with a view to God's glory, His blessing 
would rest upon it, and eventually crown it with success. 
That faith had been rewarded, and they saw the ancient 
parish church of Calverley so beautifully restored, that it com- 
bined all the sacredness of the old with the freshness of the 
new. Whilst they rejoiced in the restoration of a church 
like that, surely it was not merely for the sake of the 
architecture, or because in its arrangements it presented 
what was pleasing to the eye and gratifying to the taste. 
They were not insensible to such things, but, after all, these 
were secondary. What they rejoiced in was this, that the 
restoration of an old parish church in the manner in which 
this had been done, was an evidence of a very essential part 
of religion, namely, reverence. We were so constituted 
that we were almost irresistibly influenced by things around 
us ; so that, if people worshipped in a building which was 
unsightly, or dilapidated, or decayed, it was hardly possible 
that the building should inspire them with any feeling of 
reverence; whereas, when the building was the reverse of all 
that, the feeling of reverence arose naturally. But more 
than this, experience had proved that the restoration of an 
ancient parish church was very often instrumental in the 
revival of spiritual religion in the parish. God grant that 
might be the effect in this parish !" The Very Rev. Hugh 
Mc. Neile, D.D., Dean of Ripon, preached at the service in 
the evening. On the following Sunday, August 7th, the 
preachers were : in the morning, the Rev. Alfred Brown, 
M.A., Vicar of Calverley ; in the afternoon, the Right Rev. 
Bishop Ryan, D.D.; and in the evening, the Rev. Canon 
Crosthwaite, M.A., Vicar of St. Andrew's, Leeds. 

In conclusion, I can only reiterate*^the hope expressed 
before, that Calverley Church, after having passed through 
so many vicissitudes, and having at last been made, by 
restoration, a monument worthy of those artists of old, its 
ancient architects, and of its modern restorers, will never 
again have its quiet unobtrusive beauty marred by the 
spoiler's hand, but that every pains will be taken to preserve 
it, with affectionate care and pious reverence I 



<Cpttifc^®<xt^en0, 



Expenditure. 
£ s. d. 
1650. 
1651. 
1652. 
1653. 

1653-4. Richard Rawsou, John Thackeray, 
1654-5. John Sale, George Carter,... 
1655-6. Walter Sowden, Abraham Hainsworth, 
1656-7. Robert SnoTV den, Robert Brayshay, 

(Mr.) John Tate 
1657-8. Roger Wilkinson, John Hollingworth, 

Thomas Browne, 
1658-9. Samuel Moss, Thomas Stanley, 
1659-60. Thomas Flather, John Powell, 
1660-1. Henry Hast, Andrew Smith, 
1661-2. Richard Aske, Joseph Kitchen, 
1662-3. Thomas Hollingworth, Matthew Flather, 
1663-4. Richard Akeroyd, Thomas Broadley, 
1664-5. Thomas Hollingworth, William Flather, 

John Nettleton, Thomas Slater, 

Thomas Archer, Richard Sympson, 6 13 

1665-6. John Hare, V/i Hi am Wade, 

William Jenkinson, William Mosse, 

John Slater, John Hodgson, 13 6 3 

1666-7. Thomas Fletcher, John Guelder, 

John Hey, Thomas Butterfield, 

Thomas Slater, Richard Simpson, 6 3 

1667-8. Edward Allanbridge, Jeremiah Flather, 

William Wilson, Richard Gaunt, 

John Buck, John Midgley, 8 2 

1668-9. Henry Haste, Andrew Smith, 

Thomas Hutchinson, Stephen Stout, 

Thomas Ledgard, William Farrer, 8 



4 14 


7 


3 15 


2 


5 





6 14 


4 


5 13 


6 


10 5 


8 


4 11 


7 


7 19 


6 


6 4 


5 


10 11 


4 


17 5 


11 



S2 CALVERLET CHURCH. 

Expenditure. 
£ s. d. 
1669-70. Samuel Moss, Robert Snowden, 

William Lepton, John Wilson, 

John r.obley, Robert Carrock, 7 13 

1670-1. John Strickland, Daniel Thackeray, 5 19 8 

1671-2. Richard Gill, Samuel Wade, 

Thomas Syzer, William Dawson, 

Richard Farrer, Thomas Hai'per. 8 6 

1672-3. Thomas Brown, William Robinson, 

Mark Hilhouse, Thomas Miluer, 

Martin Dawson, Cuthbert Leigh, 6 9 2 

1673-4. Joshua Ross, John Rawson, Thomas Fairbank, 

Joseph Slater, Gabriel Dodgsoii, 

James Booth, Daniel Gaunt, 6 13 6 

1674-5. Francis Knowles, Edward Smith, ■ 

Thomas Waterworth, Samuel Stables, 

William Buck, John Powell, 8 4 

1675-6. George Richardson, Joseph Kitson, 

John Purdy, Joshua Lumby, 

Richard Sargeson, Samuel Marshall, 7 2 4 

1676-7. Jonas Smith, William Nicholls, 

Richard Lobley, William Atkinson, 

Samuel Swaine, James Booth, 6 11 

1677-8. Barnard Dawson, Joshua Broadley, 

William Rudd, Robert Lumby, 

William Jowett, Richard Shay, 7 8 

1678-9. Richard Aske, Edward Wade, 

Jeremy Crabtree, John Wilson, 

John Slater, James Vickers, -6 4 

1679-80. John Hare, James Constantine, 

William Lumby, John Kent, 

John Buck, Martin Dawson, 7 7 5 

1680-1. William, Thompson, John Guelder, 
James Constantine, 

James Pierson, Jonas Bower, 

John Stead, jun., William Hammond, 6 
1681-2. Barnard Dawson, David Poor (or Poe), 

Abraham Hutchinson, William Hall, 

Benjamin Swaine, George Birch, 8 9 11 

1682-3. Richard Rawson, Jeremiah Flather, 

Joseph Holdsworth, Stephen Stoute, 

John Si mpsoji, Thomas Barnes, 16 1 1 



CHURCHWARDENS. 33 

Expenditure. 
£ s. d. 
1683-4. John Scot, Joshua Ross or Wrose, 

Abraham Hainsworth, Jonathan Crowther, 
William Hillas, William Robinson, 7 3 4 

1684-5. Joshua Rawson, Richard Goodali, 6 15 1 

1685-6. Jo,^as Smyth, William Hyhole, 14 8 7 

1686-7. Jomixhh. Akeroyd, Daniel Brodley, 
Edward Kent, William Farrer, 
Lawrence Bucke, James Thompson, 7 5 4 

1687-8. Richard Fletcher, Thomas Fairbank, 
Samuel Lumby, William Lee, 
Joseph Sandall, Henry Butterfield, 6 

1688-9. William NichoUs. James Smith, 
John Smith, Jeremiah Wilson, 

William Atkinson, Richard 6 16 7 

1689-90. Jeremiah Waterworth, James Snowden, 
William Mosse, William Child, 
William Rawson, William Kellett, 

1690-1. George Richardson, William Harrison, 
Joshua Lumby, John Bower, 
Benjamin Sandall, William Stead, 10 15 

1691-2. Samuell Moss, William Baker, 

William Lumb}', Edward Harrison, 
William Lister^ Thomas Stable, 8 

1692-3. William Aske, William Walton, 
Joshua Lumby, John Cromack, 
Lawrence Bucke, Nehemiah Sandall, 8 6 10 

1693-4. Samuel Waterworth, John Bentley, 
John Hey, junr., William Farrer, 
Joseph Vickers, James Booth, 8 12 5 

1694-5. John Bentley, Jonas Hargreaves (died 
during term of office) 
Richard Shaw, Lawrence Slater, 
1695-6. 

1696-7. Peter Gill, William Nicholls, 
1697-8. William Lambert, Samuel Whitehead, 
1698-9. William Waller, James Walker, 
1699-1700. Isaac Broadley, Jeremy Waller, 
1700-1. Thomas Waterhouse, David Poe 
1701-2. Isaac Sugden, Joshua Ross, 

William Stead, Richard Sugden, 

Jeremiah Wilkinson, John Hutchinson, 7 11 4 



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84 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

1702-3. Josias Snowden, James Calvert, 
1703-4. Authony Wade. Samuell Wade, 
1704-5. Joseph Mires, John Halliday, 
1705-6. John Bentley, Richard Goodall, 
1706-7. Samuel Waterworth, John Broadbent, 
1707-8. James Stead, Benjamin Wade, 
1708-9. John Ellis, John Wade, 
1709-10. John Richardson, James Stevenson, 
1710-1. John Richardson, Jonathan Ross, 
1711-2. John Cuttell, Andrew Wade, 

Henry Hillas, Abraham Hutchinson, 

Thomas Hill, John Bannister, 9 5 6 

1712-3. Joseph Booth, William Hainsworth, 

Timothy Tasker, Jonathan Garnor, 

Henry Sugden, Richard Lrc, 8 

1713-4. Benjamin Riley, Robert Monklands, 

Samuel Farrer, Joseph Dawson, 

William Swaine, John Rawson, 9 5 4 

1714-5. Jonathan Hargreaves, William Walton, 

John Hutchinson, Joseph Rayner, 

John Atkinson, John Slater, 7 13 1 

1715-6. Richard Shaw, John Walker, 

William Atkinson, William Farrer, 

Lawrence Bucke, Benjamin Sandall, 8 

1716-7. Richard Shaw, John Walker, 

William Atkinson, Joshua Sugden, 

John Stead, Emmanuel Hodgson, 8 10 11 

1717-8. Adam Storey, James Calvert, 

Henry Bellas, Jeremy Scott, 

Henry Slater, Jeremy Bower, 9 9 

1718-9. Jonathan Snowden, James Stephenson, 

Samuel Hi lias, James Taylor, 

William Deuby, Anthony Saill,(?) 13 16 

1719-20. Jonathan Snowden, James Stephenson, 

Samuel Hillas, James Taylor, 

John Denby, John Hodgson, 9 14 2 

1720-1. John Booth, Jonathan Ross, 7 4 

1721-2. Samuel Burton, Andrew Wade, 

William Biuiks, Samuel Moss, 

William Fletcher, Joseph Fletcher, 8 2 3 

J722-3. Rowland Myers, William Whitehead, 

Jonathan Stead, John Gill, 

Thomas Dean, Benjamin Farrer, 7 5 



CHURCHWARDENS. 35 

Expenditure. 

1723-4. William Dawson, James Isles, 8 9 

1724-5. John Whitaker, Joseph Hainsworth, 7 15 

1725-6. Jeremiah Scott, John Rawsoii, 9 14 

1726-7. John Cuttell, John Rawson, 8 14 

1727-8. Mr. Slater, John Walker, 8 

1728-9. Mr. Slater, John Walker, 6 
1729-30. Jonathan Hargreaves, Jonathan Fairbank, 7 114^ 
1730-1. Jonathan Hargreaves, Jonathan Fairbank, 7 11 

1731-2. Francis Parker, Benjamin Barns, 6 

1732-3. Thomas Watteras, Henry Timms, 6 5 

1733-4. Stephen Cuttell, John Peele, 6 

1734-5. Richard Oliver, Jonathan Turner, 6 11 

1735-6. John Whitaker, Henry Wolton, 6 9 

1736-7. Jonathan Snowden, William Nichols, 8 

X737-8. Richard Snowden, John Rawson, 8 15 

1738-9. Adam Storey, junr., John Wade, 8 

1739-40. Adam Story. Marmaduke Mawson, 6 13 

1740-1. Timothv Overend, John Williamson, 7 13 6 

1741-2. SamuelSlater, Thomas Watteras, 7 12 7 

1742-3. Samuel Slater, James Watteras, 7 11 7 

1743-4. Christopher Windle, John Myers, H 5 9^ 

1744-5. Thomas Clapham, John Rawson, 7 12 6 

1745-6. Thomas Clapham, John Rawson, 22 17 10 

1746-7. Mr. John Walker, Jeremy Vicars, 20 

1747-8. John Long, Samuel Ward, 19 3 

1748-9. Robert Hardaker, Jonathan Turner, 13 12 9 

1749-50. Robert Hardaker, George Hainworth, 15 1 6 

1750-1. James Fox, Joseph Carter, 9 

1751-2. John Gott, John Peel, 8 19 9 

1752-3. William Gott, William Whitehead, 8 14 1 

1753-4. Isaac Gott, Andrew Ward, 11 

1754-5. Abraham Hainsworth, William Roberts, 9 15 9 

1755-6. Richard Lee, Robert Gamble, 12 

1756-7. Richard Snowden, John Farrer, 12 

1757-8. Jonathan Snowden, William Walton, 12 

1758-9. John Gray, Joseph Atkinson, 10 10 

1759-60. Samuel Slater, Robert Turner, 13 5 10^ 

1760-1. Thomas England, Jonathan Turner, 10 1 11 

1761-2. William Dawson, John Williamson, 12 16 8 

1762-3. Timothy Overend, William Thompson, 12 4 

1763-4. William Dixon, Robert Peel, 11 U 8 

1764-5. James Maun, William Baker, 13 7 1 



36 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

Expenditure. 

1765-6. James Mann, William Baker, 

1766-7. John Swails, William Nicholls, 10 1 

1767-8. John Gott, William Clarkson, 14 19 10 

1768-9. Joseph Lambert, William Roberts, 9 14 11 J 

1769-70. Richard Brodebent, Samuel Ward, 12 3 10 

1770-1. John Baker, James Smith, 11 13 10 

1771-2. Josep Smith, Joseph Laycock, 10 4 6 J 

1772-3. Joseph Atkinson, Henry Bakes, 15 14 7^ 

1773-4. Henry Bakes, Joseph Atkinson, 33 10 5 

1774-5. Jonathan Snowden, Joshua Kei^hley, 10 16 11 

1775-6. Jonathan Snowden, Samuel Busfield, 8 12 9 

1776-7. John Lee, George Hainsworth, 7 11 

1777-8. John Lee, George Hainsworth, 21 8 1 

1778-9. Thomas Barrans, Samuel Wade, 9 6 

1779-80. Thomas Barrans, Samuel Wade, 3 6 11 

1780-1. Jonathan Snowden, John Keighley, 

1781-2. Jonathan Snowden, Samuel Ward, 10 15 6^ 

1782-3. Jonathan Snowden, Matthew Roberts, 11 17 7 

1783-4. Jonathan Snowden, Matthew Roberts, 10 11 7^ 

1784-5. Jonathan Snowden, Matthew Roberts, 11 14 

1785-6. Jonathan Snowden, William Roberts, 12 16 1 

1786-7. Jonathan Snowden, William Roberts, 12 18 3 

1787-8. Jonathan Snowden, William Roberts, 11 11 6 

1788-9. Jonathan Snowden, William Roberts, 10 6 6 

1789-90. Jonathan Snowden, William Roberts, 9 15 8i 

1790-1. Jonathan Snowden, William Roberts, 1110 3^ 

1791-2. Jonathan Snowden, William Roberts, 11 1 11 

1792-3. Jonathan Snowden, James Roberts, 12 7 

1793-4. Jonathan Snowden, James Roberts, 12 4 

1794-5. John Leavens, Thomas Sagar, 12 4 9 
1795-6. John Leavens, Thomas Sagar, ) 
1796-7. William Dibb, William Nicholls, W8 9 11 J 
1797-8. AVilliam Dibb, AVilliam Nicholls, ) 

1799-1800. Joseph Waterhouse, James Turner, 21 13 10 

1800-1. Joseph Waterhouse, James Turner, 20 10 9 

1801-2. James Overeud, John Turner, I oft i i 

1802-3. James Overend, John Turner, | ^8 i i 

1805-7. Abraham Beecroft, James Threapleton, 63 11 
1807-9. Richard Grainger, James Threapleton, 55 17 1^ 
1809-10. John Waller, Joseph Hainsworth, 32 18 5 



1803-4. Robert Snowden, Jonathan Turner, i op 1 1 .-v 
1804-5. ditto ditto >^tJ n 



CHURCHWARDENS. 37 

Expenditure. 

1810-1. John Waller, Joseph Hainsworfch, 29 11 11 

1811-2. John Waller, Joseph Hainsworth, 28 13 9^ 

1812-14. James Spence, Joseph Hainsworth, 59 18 U^- 

1814-5. John Cooper, Joseph Hainsworth, 61 3 4 

1615-6. James Hartley, George Hainsworth, 38 16 

1816-7. John Marshall, George Hainsworth, 

1817-8. 

1818-9. 

1819-20. 

1820-1. 

1821-2. 

1822-3. William Littlewood, William Hutchin- 
son, Joshua Armitage, Joseph Naylor, 
Thomas Pullan, 55 17 5 

1823-4. John Wood, junr., John Hutchinson, 
Charles Taylor, William Dinison, 
William Sowden, Joshua Woodhead, 55 8 4^ 

1824-5. William Johnson, Joseph Hainsworth, 
George Illingworth, Joshua Woodhead, 
William Dinison, William Boys, 111 19 4 

1825-6. William Johnson, Joseph Hainsworth, 
George Illingworth, Samuel Dawson, 
William Dinison, AYilliam Boys, 76 2 9 

1826-7. William Johnson, Joseph Hainsworth, 
John Harrison, Jacob Wood, Robert 
Parkinson, H. Simons, 84 12 4 

1827-8. Thomas Gray, William Naylor, John 
Harrison, William Edmondsou, H. 
Simons, Robert Parkinson, 79 17 9 

1828-9. James Mathers, William Naylor, H. 
Simons, Robert Parkinson, William 
Edmondsou, John Harrison, 97 19 3 

1829-30. William Naylor, James Mathers, 

William Edmondsou James Berry, 

(Bolton), H.Simons, Robert Parkinson, 72 14 5J 

1830-1. James Mathers, William Naylor, 

William Edmondsou, George Illingworth, 
Samuel Hearp, John Hutchinson, 49 1 9 

(for the 1st half year.) 

58 18 li 



38 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

Expenditure. 

[The next Churchwardens' book of accounts is missing, and I have 
not yet had the opportunity to complete the list from 1830 to 1850 
from the Visitation books, so that the rest of the list is only 
fragmentary.] 

1832-3. Joseph Brown, John Turner, 

AVilliam White, Nathan Atkinson, 

Samuel Scarth, Samuel Sharp, 
1833-4. Joseph Brown, (2d half year,) 

1837-8. Jonas Margerison, John Hainsworth, 
1850-1. William Horsfall (Calverley House), 

John Cockshott, 



1851-2. William Horsfall, John Cockshott, 



1852-3. William Horsfall, William Farrer, 
1853-4. William Long, AVilliam Turner, 
1854-5. William Long, William Turner, 
1855-6. William Long, William Turner, 
1856-7. Christopher Greaves Cheetham, 

Jeremiah N. Naylor, 
1857-8. 
1858-9. Robert Parkin rx\pperley Bridge), 

John Cockshott fFarsley), 
1859-60. Robert Parkin, John Cockshott, 66 1 6i 

1860-1. Samuel Laycock Tee ( Ferncliffe), ) 

John Lambert, [ 343 110 

1861-2. „ „ (Bells) J 

1862-3. S. L. Lee, Thomas H. Grav, 
1863-4. T. H. Gray, Thomas Atkinson, 
1864-5. T. H. Gray, Thomas Atkinson, 
1865-6. Thomas Atkinson, John Thompson, 
1866-7. John Thompson, Joseph Barrett, 
1867-8. 

1868-9. Thomas H. Gray, John Thompson, 
1869-70. „ „ 

1870-1. 

1871-2. Thomas Atkinson, W. F. Long, 
1872-3. 

1873-4. W. F. Long, Joseph Greenwood, 
1874-5. 



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CHURCHWARDENS. 89 

Expenditure. 

1875-6. Thomas Atkinson, Alfred Walton, 97 16 lOi 

1876-7. „ „ 113 17 4l 

1877-8. „ „ 105 19 6 

1878-9. Thomas Atkinson, William Mawson, 105 6 6 

1879-80. „ „ 142 8 1 

1880-1. „ „ 138 2 9 

1881-2. „ „ 123 1 9 






Most of the mural tablets were removed to the tower at 
restoration of the church in 1870. 

ON THE NORTH WALL OF THE TOWER. 

A large and very elaborate mural monument of marble, 
which used to be over the vestry door, in the chancel, and 
is now on the south wall of the tower. 

To the memory of Sir Walter Calverley, 
Bart., I His mother Frances, daughter and 
sole heiress | of Henry Thompson of Esholt, 
Esq., I His wife Julia eldest daughter | of 
Sir William Blackett, of Newcastle on Tyne, 
Bart., I And of his two sisters, | Ann married 
to Benj. Wade, of New-Grange, Esq., | and 
Bridget first married to John Ramsden, of 
Crowstone, Esq., | and afterwards to William 
Neville of Holbeck, Esq., | All of them 
persons of merit and character. | 

Sr. Walter | was descended from an An- 
tient and Eminent Family | He made it the 
study of his life to reflect back on his ancestors \ the lustre 
which he received from them. | He possessed every quality 
which distinguishes the great man. | He cultivated every 
Virtue which adorns the Good one | Independent | He re- 
garded no Interest but the Interest of His country | That 
Interest He steadily asserted, with Prudence, with Dignity, 
with Spirit ( Preferring the Tranquility of Retirement to the 
Grandeur of a Court, j He fixed his residence at Esholt. | 




MOXUMEXTAL IXSCRIPTIOXS. 41 

There, by a generous, affable Hospitality | He circulated his 
Fortune through its proper channel | Diffus'd Chearfulness 
among his Friends and Neighbours | and quickened the 
industry of his Tenants and Dependants | Fond of agricul- 
ture and all the Rural Arts | he not only improved and 
beautified his own estate | but his admirable skill mani- 
festly operated to the | general emolument of this County. | 
Manufacture and Manufacturers | were the immediate objects 
of his attention and regard j He was an able and willing 
Patron of the diligent Poor | These he daily relieved by that 
most beneficial charity, Employment, j 

In the tender characters of the Husband and the Father j 
He discovered the pure conjugal love | the truest paternal 
Indulgence and care. | As a wise and upright Magistrate he 
commanded obedience to the laws | by his Authority, by his 
example, j In His Religion | he was warm without Enthusi- 
asm \ Strict without Superstition. | Thus in the active dis- 
charge of his duty to God and to mankind | having reached 
through temperance and exercise the 80th year of his Age | 
Death, by an Easie, gradual Dissolution open'd to him a | 
Glorious Immortality | the 17th of October, 1749. | 

Lady Calverley | was endued with that equal disposition 
of mind | which always creates its own Happiness | with that 
open and flowing benevolence | which always promotes the 
happiness of others. | Her person was amiable and engaging | 
her manners soft and gentle | her behaviour delicate and 
graceful | her conversation lively and instructing | even her 
amusements distinguished her a woman of sense | having- 
not only innocence but merit to recommend them. | She 
fulfilled the endearing offices of the Wife, the Mother, and 
the Friend | with the most perfect constancy and affection | 
These virtues were crowned with a most sincere Piety to her 
Maker | The ( Jreat Author and final Rewarder of all Good- 
ness. I She died the 16th Sept., 1736, in the 51st Year of her 
Age ! As universally lamented in her Death | as she had 
been admired in her Life. | 

To the memory of these excellent persons | more especially 
of his honour'd Parents, | Sir Walter and Lady Calverley I 
Walter their only son, now Sir Walter Blackett j hath erected 
this monument | 1752. 



42 CALVERLF.Y CHURCH. 

Arms. Arg., on a bend engrailed sa., three fleurs-de-lis of the first. 
Crest. A pheon argent. 

Near this place ! lie the remains of the Revd. Christopher 
Holt, A.B. I late Yicar of this Parish, he died on the 9th day 
of January | 1742,* Aged 68 Years. | Also Phoebe, his 
Widow I Daughter of Christopher Dade, of Mosley, in the 
Parish | of Addle, she died on the 4th day of March, 1747,f 
aged 8() years.§ Also Christopher, their eldest son. | He died 
on the 9th day of May, 1749, aged 16 years, | and was buried 
in Otley Church. | Also Thomas, their younger son, | he 
died on the 9th day of January, 1753, Aged 26 years, | and 
was buried near this place. | Also Sarah, his widow | daugh- 
ter of Samuel Hemingway, of Boldshay, near | Bradford, 
She died on the 8th day of July, 1785. Aged 79 years. | 
Also John Hodgson of Bradford, | son of Emmnnuel 
Hodgson, of Bolton, in the Parish of | Calverley, he died 
on the 6th Day of April, 1807, Aged 62 Years. | Mary, his 
disconsolate widow and only child of the | above-named 
Thomas and Sarah Holt | caused this monument to be 
erected to their memories | A.D. 1808. 

Sacred | to the memory of | Mr. William Walker, | of 
Pudsey | an eminent Drysalter | Aged 86 Years j He died 
beloved and respected | on Tuesday, 31st of October | 1820. 

Sacred to the memory of | Benjamin Stead | of Street Gap, 
near Bradford. | Gentleman | who departed this life July 
2nd, 1816 I Aged 67 Years. 

Beneath lie the remains of | Thomas Leavens, Esq., | for- 
merly of Apperley Bridge | who departed this life June 23rd 
1826 I in the 77th year of his age. | This tablet, to his me- 
mory, is erected in token , of regard, by the two surviving 
daughters of his | nephew, the late Mr. Benjamin Flesher, | 
Anno Domini, 1842. 



Sacred ] to the memory of Jolm Barnes | who died the 3rd 
of August 1825. I in the 38th year of his age. | Also of Mary 
Leavens, mother of the above-named | John Barnes | who 
died June 7th, 1846, in the | 82nd year of her age. 

* i. e. 1741-2. See p. 45. f i- e. 1746-7. 

§ Pheaby Holt, ot Idle, widow, bur. 7 iMar. 1746-7,— Ca7t'. Reg. 



MONUMENTAL INSCRirTIONS. 43 

In Memory of | Samuel Redhead j twenty- three years Vicar 
of this parish, | he was born 24th Deer., 1778. | and died 
26th August, 1845. | " I determined not to know anything- 
among j'ou | save Jesus Christ and him crucified." | " Lord, 
I have loved the habitation of Thy House, | and the place 
where Thine Honour dwelleth." | Also of Mary, widow of 
the above, and eldest | daughter of John Rand, Esq.. of 
Bradford. I She died 8th Sepr. 1860, aged 72 years. | " Unta 
you which believe, he is precious." 1 Peter 2, 7. 

In Loving Remembrance | of | Alfred Brown, M.A., | for 
31 years the beloved Vicar of this parish | who entered into 
rest December 26th, 1876, aged 61. | " Absent from the 
Bodv, I Present with the Lord." 



ON THE SOUTH WALL OF THE TOWER. 

Arms, (The device on the dexter side of the shield is almost ob- 
literated.) It impales ermine, on a fesse sable, three mullets or. 
(Lister, of Horton.) Crest, a griffin's head (?) or. 

Near this place lie interred the remains of | Elizabeth, 
wife of Henry Hemingway, of Boldshay, | near Bradford, 
Esquire, and daughter of Samuel Lister, | of Horton, Esquire, 
she died the 21st day of Sepr., 1772, | aged 62 years. | Also 
the remains o^ the above-named Henry Hemingway, | who 
departed this life the 9th day of March 1784, in the 78th 
year of his age. | He was a man of exemplary integrity | and 
a sincere Christian. | Also the remains of Mary the wife | of 
James Crowther, M.D,, and only Child | of the above-named 
Henry and Elizabeth Hemingway, | he departed this life the 
18th day of April 1793, | Aged 45 years. | This monument is 
erected with unfeigned filial | respect, by her only surviving 
child, Elizabeth. 



Arms. Argent, on a bend between six mullets gules, a cross patee 
or. Crest, a greyhound or, collared sable. 

Near this place | lieth interred the Body | of Mr. John 
Ledgard, of Idle | in the Parish of Calverley, in the County 
of York, I who died the 1st day of Octr., 1796, Aged 39 
Years, | the son of Mr. Thomas Ledgard the Elder, | of Idle 



44 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

aforesaid, I and Brother of Mary, Thomas, James, | and Jane 
Ledo^ard, | which said ^lary Ledgard married Henry 
Ovington, | and which said Thomas Ledgard the Elder, | 
Mary Driver, Thomas Ledgard the sou, j and James Led- 
gard I also lie interred in the Parish Church | of Calverley 
aforesaid. 



Near | this place lie interred | the Remains of | Mrs. 
Frances Richardson ! relict of John Richardson, | late of 
Woodhall i Gentleman^* | and daughter of | John Milner of 
Pudsey, Esq. i She died | the 2n'd of May, | 1753 | in the 
68th Year I of her age. | Restored by Miss Currer, | Eshton 
Hall, 1844! 



Arms, Azure, a fesse betweeii three fleur-de-lis or. 

To the memory of | William Skelton of Leeds, Gent., | 
Son of Henry Skelton of Osmanthorp, | who died the Isl 
day of May, 17G0, j aged 5-1 years. | and lies interred in the 
churchyard under a | Stone near the North East Corner of 
this Church. | Also of | Margaret Skelton Relict of the said 
AVilliaral who died the 29th day of May, 1794 | Aged 79 
Years | and was buried under the adjacent pew. | Also of 
William Skelton late of Leeds, Esqr. | Son of the above 
William and Margaret, | who died the 28th of Octr., 1803, 
aged 60 Years, ^ and was interred | under this pew. 



Arms. Three cocks' heads erased. Crest, a cock's head. Motto, 
Vif/i/o et spe7'o. 

[White of Durhaoa and Yorkshire bears arg., three cocks' heads 
erased sa., combed and wattled gu : Crust, a cock's head erased sa., 
combed and wattled gu.] 

Sacred I to the Memory of | John White | of Upperwood 
House, Rawdon, | Gentleman, | who died 30th October, 
1860, I in the 70th Year of his age | and was interred near 
the east | window of this church, on the 6th day of the fol- 
lowing month. I This Monument is erected by his sorrowing 
widow I in affectionate remembrance | of hi.s amiable, up- 
right, I and truly christian demeanour, | in every relation of 
life. 

* Grandson of Richard Richardson, of Bierley, by Jane Hopkiuson. 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 45 

Arms. Or, a rose barbed and seeded proper, on a chief azure two 
mullets argent, impaling de Dihon. a chevronel between three boars' 
heads erased langued and tusked argent. (Crest, Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a dexter hand and cubit arm armed, holding a rose proper.) 

Near this tablet lie interred | in hope of a joyful resur- 
rection I to eternal life through the alone | merits of Christ 
the Saviour. | Thomas Faber, A.M., 51 years Vicar of this 
church, ob. Nov. 26, 1821, ^t. 91 | Ann Faber, his wife, 
ob. Aug. 8, 1806, ^t. 61. I Margaret Travis, mother of the | 
above-named kwn Faber, and widow | of David Travis, A.M. 
Rector of Snape | ob. Feb. 1, 1800, -^t. 83. | Caroline Faber, 
daughter of the | above-named Thomas Faber, and | Ann 
his wife, ob. July 30, 1787. -^t. 12. | Frederick and Eliza 
Sophia Faber, | the infant children of Thomas Henry | 
Faber, Esqr., third son of the | above-named Thomas Faber 
and Ann | his wife, ob. May 3, 1813. | May they rest in 
peace ! 



BEHIND THE ORGAN (CALVERLEY CHOIR OR CHAPEL.) 

Near this place | lies the body of | Sir Walter Blackett 
of Wallington in the County of | Northumberland, Bart. 
Son of Sir Walter Calverley, Bart. | who died Feby. 14th, 
1777, I aged 69 years. 



Adjacent | lieth interred the | Body of John Ramsden | 
late of Crowstoue | Gen. who married | Bridget the daughter | 
of Walter Calverley ! of Calverley, Esq. | They were mar- 
ried I the 26 of Feb. | 1688, and (he) departed | this life the- 
24 day | of July 1689, being in the 22 year of his age. 



CHURCH FLOOR. 
IN FRONT OF THE TOWER (N.W. CORNER OP NAVE.) 

Here lieth interred the body of the | Reverend Christo- 
pher Holt the Vicar ) of Calverley who departed this Life 
the I 9th day of January 1741* Aged 68 years. | Also> 
the Body of Phebe Wife of the | above said Christopher 
Holt I who departed this life March | the 4th 1746t Aged 80 
years. 

(The original inscription having been much worn, it has been 
re-produced on a marble slab, let-in to the old stone, but this newer 
inscription is now nearly obliterated.) 

* i.e. 1741-2. t i.c.l74G-7. 



46 CALVERLEY CHURCH. 

At the S.W. corner of the Nave is a marble slab which 
has had an inscription, the only part of which that remains 
is either AND or M.D. 



NORTH AISLE, FROM WEST TO EAST. 

Sacred to the Memory of | Hannah Lister of Idle, Relict 
of I John Lister, late of Leeds, Merchant | who died at Lis- 
bon July 21st. I A.D. 1820, Aged 57 Years | Obiit 3d 
8bris A.D. 1825, ^t. 65. 

Hannah, Relict of John Lister, of Idle, bur. Oct. 7, 1825. aged 64 
years, — Note from Register. 



Here | lieth the Body of Catherine | wife of John 

Morris, of | departed this life August Domini 

1788. Aged 71 Y... .. | lie interred the Remains 

I (John) Morris of Idle, Gent, w | the 31st 

Day of Deer. 179 (7) | Year of his age. 

1788. August 26th. Catharine, wife of Mr. John Moorhouse, of 

Idle, Aged 71. Buried. 
1798. Jany. 3rd. Mr. John Morris, of Idle, Buried. 

— Notes from Register. 



SOUTH AISLE. 

I the body of Hutton of Pudsey | 

Gentleman who depart | ed this life the 26th day | of July 
in the 69th year | of his age. Anno Domini | 1708. 

1708. July 28. Mr. Richard Hutton, of Pudsey. bur. 

— Note from Register. 



There is here a tombstone to the Sales of Pudsey, for a 
copy of which see footnote on page 192. 



Here was interred the [ Body of Sarah wife of Tho | mas 
Marsden of Idle. She | died March the 30th 1756 | Aged 
50 Years. 



Here lieth interred the | Body of Mrs. Dorothy the | eldest 
daughter of Mr | Richard Hutton of Pudsey | who departed 
this life the 13th day of June in the 24th | year of her age, 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 47 

Anno Dom. | 1707. | Here lieth interred the [ Body of Mrs. 
Mary the wife | of Richard Hutton of Pudsey | Gentleman, 
who departed | this life the 19 th day of December | in the 
39th year of her | age. Anno Domini 1723. 



Here lie the Remains | of Mr. John Edmondson | of Idle 
Thorp, Tanner, | who died Novr. 28th, 1813 | in the 69th 
Year of his age. { Also of Margaret his Wife | who died the 
3rd of June 1«08. | Aged 63 years. | Also Christ Edmond- 
son I son of the above said | John and Margaret Edmond- | 
son who departed this life the 20th Day of February^l 1839, 
Aged 62 Years. 

I + E. 



MIDDLE AISLE. — NAVE. 

Under this Stone lieth | interred the Body of | Mrs. Mar- 
garet Skelton | of Leeds | who died the 29th Day of May, 
1794, I Aged 79 Years. 

(A small brass has been torn off here.) 
Here also is interred the Body | of William Skelton, of 
Leeds, Esq : | who died the 28th day of October | ]803 aged 
60 years. 

(Another small brass torn off.) 



In memory of | Richard Munto | of Pudsey who 

di... I the 21st day of Januar... | 1792, Aged 74 Yea... 

1792. Jan. 21. Richard Mountain, of Moorside, aged 74, buried. 

— JVote from Megistev. 



Here lie the Remains of John | Hodgson of Bradford 
Gent : Son | of Mr. Emmanuel Hodgson, | late of Bolton in 
the Parish of Calver | ley. He departed this Life April 
15th i 1807. Aged 63 Years. | And the Remains of Mary 
Relict I of the above-named John Hodgson | She died 28th 
April 1814. Aged 82 Years. 

Here lieth the Body of Thomas \ Holt | d 

Son of the (Rev.) j Christopher Holt Vicar of Calverley | 
who j da I ye 

(Repeated on a small inlaid slab of white marble, but again nearly 
obliterated.) 



48 CALVERLET CHURCH. 

CHANCEL. 

Here was interred the | Body of William Son of | John 

Swain of this Town | he died October the | 1760 in the 

4th Year of his Age. | Also Dorothy the Wife of John 

Swaine of Ca |hill who Departed this | Life the 20th 

■day of Jan ! uary 1783 in the 66th | Year of her age. 

1760. Oct. 6. Wm. s. of John Swain, of Calverley, chandler, bur. 

— Note from Register. 



Here ^lieth interred the | Body of Mercy wife of | John 

Cuttell of Calverley | who departed this life | the 20th day 

of September | in the 42d year of her Age | Anno Domini 

172. 

1725, Oct. 1. Mercy, w. of John Cuttell, of Calverley, Innkeeper, bur. 

— Note from Register. 



Here lieth the | Body of Mary | Daughter of Thorn' | L... 

who departed this life the | day of August | Anno 

Domini 1685. 

1685. Aug. 2. Mary, d. of Thomas Leigh, of Pudsey, bur. 

— Note from Register. 



Here lieth the Body | of John Hlingworth | of Farsley, 
Yeoman | Buryed July 26th. 1669. 



On a slab of black marble. 
Here lie the remains | of Elizabeth late wife | of Henry 
Hemingway of Boldshay | nr. Bradford Gentleman | daughter 
of Samuel Lister of Horton & | who died the 21st of Sept. 
1772. I Aged 62 | Also the Remains of the | above-named 
Henry Hemingway | departed this Life the 9th of March | 
178 (4) in the 78th year of his age. 

1784. Mar. 13. Mr. Henry Hemingway, Attor (ney) of Boldshay. 

— Note from Register. 



eae 



^t^xBtn * (goofte * of 



Caf^etfeg, 



Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 



1649 to 1680. 



GSWEAIOGICAL SOOCTT 

» TWi CHUBCW OP j.siJS cHasr 



In Scaccario, \ Initx Soijannem Booti^ et Variant 

IlEctis, 25° > uiorem tjm zi (S^Unnm 3o])man 

^epUmbtr 1723* ) ^P^'"^^^^ quennUg, et So^annem 

JJofjnson et alios tiefentjenteg, 

£t inter Kofjannem 3o]}mon quermtem zi 3oj)annem 

35o0t]^ et uiarem et lElisam Jol^nson tiefentienteg, 

5^ic 3Li6er ostensus fuit €f)ri0top5)er0 f^olt, 
Cletico, tempore ejus (I^iaminationig, coram nobis, 



OTm. ILepton 
OTill: ^slabie 



,.} 



By reason tliat the tvritemg of the former Register (as to 
reading) was much worne out^ Therefore ly the judicious 
care of the Churchwardens of the inesent yeare, 1669, cost 
was forecast, for the Transcrihing and Inserting of itt into 
this7ieiu Boolce, thereby to preserve its memory unto Eternity. 

1669. 



Churchwardens 



JOHN STRICKLAND^ .^ i ; 
DANIEL THACKERY\'f^''^''''^'y' 
JEREMIAH WELFITT \ . j.-. 
MARMAD. WARWICKE\^J ^^^^' 
SAMUEL LUMBYl . ^ 7 
THOMAS LIEGH \ 'f P^^^^'V- 



1670 




his Register -Boolze was lought of Geo : Muther- 
hy in Leeds, upon the 28th of March, in the 
yeare of our Lord God 1670, By these Church-wardens then 
in office, whose names are here subscribed. 

ROBERT SNOW DEN ) .^ , . 
SAMUEL MOSSE \ ^/^«^?^^^%- 
WILLIAM LEFT ON \ . t, j 
JOHN WILSON ]ofPudsey. 

JOHN LOBLEY \ f rii 

ROBERT CARROCKEr'^^^^^^' 

BEN: SAN DALE, present Vicar. 



^apiismB, 



Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1649. 


Isaac 


Jeremiah Welfitt, 




October 3 


Edward 


Edward Swayne, 




22 


James 


Will. x\rmitage, 


Eccleshill, 


December 3 


Thomas 


Michael Fenton, 




4 


Joseph 


Edward Midgley, 




16 


Isaac 


James Hammerton, 




January 2 


Alice 


John Walton, 




6 


Elizab : 


Timothy Hare, 




February 17 


Samuel 


Samuel Tennant, 




eod. die 


Jeremi : 


John Broadley, 




21 


Sara : 


Samuel Baistow, 




24 


Sibbell 


Edward Kitching, 




March G 


Sarah 


John Wrose, 


Bramley, 





Joseph 


Hugh Hartley, 




11 


Timothy 


Timothy Farrey, 




14 


John 


Anthouy Hall, 




24 
1650. 


Isabel 


Mr. John Mason, 




April 1 


Abra : 


Mark Hillhouse, 




— 


Richard 


Rich : Croft, 




._ 


James 


William Atkinson, 




16 


Mary 


John Raistricke, 




21 


Will. 


Will. Rood, 




May 5 


Hannah 


Will : Eastwood, 




eod. die 


John 


Rich : Butcherby, 


Bramley, 


8 


John 


Bartholomew Bloomer, 


28 


Will: 


John Sayle,* 




30 


Elizab : 


John Foster, 




30 


Susannah 


Thomas Atkinson, 




31 


Robt. 


Robt. Fisher, 




June 9 



Sale. See " Mouud about Bradford"' page 486. 





BAPTISMS. 


53 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. Date. 
1650. 


Rich : 


Mr. Rich. Stanhope,* Eccleshill, June 1 3 


Margaret 


John Naylor, 


The new laythsf 22 


John 


Will. Parkin, 


27 


Alice 


William Melling, 


July — 


Aquilla 


Aquilla Law, 


eod. die 


Mary 


James Booth, 


eod. die 


Anne 


Will. Coussen, 


eod. die 


Rich. 


Joseph Wade, 


— 


Will: 


James Lyster, 


— 


Thomas 


Thomas Browne, 


eod. die 


Peter 


Will. Deacon, 


eod. die 


Alice 


William Stevenson, 


August 8 


Nathan 


William Jewitt. 


11 


Hannah 


Rich : Gant, 


eod die 


Mary- 


Will. Crabtree, 


eod. die 


Eliza : 


Matthias Pearson, 


14 


Sibbel 


Jonas Craven, 


eod. die 


Jane 


James Blackburne, 


18 


Rich: 


John Gant, 


September 4 


Will: 


Samuel Crossley, 


5 


Mercy 


John Firth, 


8 


Rich: 


John Thomas, 


9- 


John 


Edward Barker, f 


15 


Abigail 


Abra : Hainworth, 


27 



* Stanhope — A family of this name numbers amongst its descen- 
dants the Earls of Chesterfield, Stanhope, and Harrington, 

John Stanhope appears settled at Eccleshill Park, and afterwards 
purchaser of one-fifth of the manor of Horsforth. He died 1593-6. - 
He had a numerous family ; his third son Walter married for his 
first wife, the daughter and coheiress of John Hanson, of W.ood<- 
house, Esq., and had several sons. Richard, the ith son, lived at 
Eccleshill, and is the one named in the register above. He was buried 
at Bradford, 25 Feb., 1659-60. The arms used by the family are, 
Quarterly, ermine and gules ; the crest, a tower azure, with a demi- 
lion ramp,, issuing from the battlements or, ducally crowned gu,, 
holding between his paws a grenade exploding. 

f !New Laiths, see vol. 1, page 183. 

X Sir Abel Barker, of Hambleton, living at this time, was brother- 
in-law to Henry Calverley, Esq., of Calverley ; and the '* Private 
Letter Book of Abel Barker," now in the possession of the Rev. Ed- 
mund Field, of Lancing College, contains some correspondence which 
passed between them. 



54 


BAPTISMS 






Child's Name 


Father's Name. 


Abode 


Date. 
1650. 


John 


John Binns, 




October 10 


John 


John Tickers, 




13 


John 


NicholauB Johnson, 




eod. die 


Eliz: 


Thomas Oggden, 




eod. die 


Joshua 


John Milnes, 




-_ 


Edward 


Mr. Ben : Sandall, 


vie : de Calverley 21 


Jane 


John Allanbridge, 




27 


Eich. 


Thomas Buckden, 




November 9 


David 


John Wilson, 


Pudsey, 


10 


Beatrix 


Thomas Oggden, 




eod. die 


Sarah 


Andrew Hare 




December 14 


Anthony 


William Smith, 


Bowl ton, 


22 


Jonas 


Jonas Greenhough, 


Bradford, 


eod. die 


Sarah 


Tho: Swinherd, 




26 


Anne 


William Dufton,* 




Jan. 5 


Mary 


William Child, 




12 


The: 


Mr. Edward Hinchcliffe, 


13 


Maiy 


Tho : Slater, 




18 


Dorothy 


Eowland Milner, 




23 


Mary 


Emman. Boococke, 




24 


Mary 


Dan : Thaekery, 




Feb. 5 


Tho: 


Tho. Tong, 




eod. die 


Rich: 


John Illingworth, 




— 


John 


Eic. Jenkinson,f 




— 


Daniel 


Will. Smith, 


Parsley, 


March — 
1651. 


Susannah 


Eobt. Swaine, 




n 


James 


Johu Dracupp, 




31 


(Q.John, son of) Eichard Lobley, 




April — 


Will: 


Thomas Fletcher, 




— 


Graxie 


Thomas Thompson, 




18 


Sam: 


John Wood, 




20 


Will: 


John Fen ton. 




eod. die 


John 


John Butler, 




27 


Tho: 


Will. Hey, 


Eccleshill, 


eod. die 


Jerem : 


James Philip, 




eod. die 


Grace 


Swayne, 




May 7 


* Dufton is a 


parish in Co. Westmerland. 




t See p. ](»7. 


vol. 1. 









BAPTISMS 


55 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. Date. 
1651. 


Sam:* 


Mr. Robt. Milner, 


May 14 


Will: 


Will. Kitching, 


18 


Eliz: 


George Waring, 


24 


Will : 


Robt. Whithead, 


Eccleshill, eod. die 


Rich: 


Rich. Leigh, 


eod. die 


John 


Henry Bellhouse, 


eod. die 


Tobias 


Jeremiah Croft, 


eod. die 


James 


Will. Lambert, 


Eccleshill, eod. die 


Grace 


John Lumby, 


June 15 


Eliz: 


Robt : Dinnyson, 


eod. die 


John 


Matthew Myars, 


19 


John 


Geo : Hargraves, 


28 


Sarah 


Matt. Walton, 


29 


Ellis 


Edmund Foulshay, 


July 6 


Will : 


John Scott, 


13 


Daniel 


Will: Croysdale, 


August 7 


Susannah 


James Hammerton, 


10 


Martha 


John Nettleton, 


September 7 


Tho: 


Tho : Harper, 


Pudsey, 21 


Eliz: 


John Haist, 


28 


Sam : 


Avery Lacocke,t 


eod, die 


Anne 


Will Ambler, 


October 4 


Anne 


Lawrence Wood, 


5 


Mary 


Peter Banksj 


eod. die 


Sarah 


Miles Risheworthe, 


eod. die 


Sam : 


Samuel Baitson, 


27 


Anne 


John Bucke, 


November 8 


Dorothy 


Phillip Farewell, 


16 


John 


John Kittson, 


30 


Dorothy 


Henry Atkinson, 


December 13 


Susannah 


Isaac Worm well, 


14 


Marke 


Thomas Watterworth, 21 


Tho: 


Mr. John Smith, 


24 


* The above Samuel does not appear 


in Yorkshire Pedigrees. In 


fact, many of the Milners mentioned in 


the Calverley registei-s have 


not been entered in the incorrect and incomplete pedigree of Milner 


in that work. 


See a note on the family 


at the foot of page 198 of vol. 


vi. of the YorksJiire Archceological Journal. It is a note to Canon 


Eaine's paper on Marske, in Srvaledale. 




t From whom descended W. Bradley 


Wainman. Esq.. of Carhead, 


Kildwick, Craven. '• Alverv" is an uncommon name. See Vlsitat'wn 


Lhor., 1564. Harieian Society, 1881. p. 7 


9. 



56 


BAPTISMS. 




Child's Name. 


Father's Name. Abode. Date. 






1651 


John 


Edw. Walton, 


January 4 


John 


Timothy Hare, 


— 


Anne 


Robt. Fournass, 


eod. die 


Robt: 


Thomas Ledgard, 


18 


Edw. 


Hugh Watterworth, 


eod. die 


Henry 


Henry Settle, 


23 


Sam: 


Wm.* Swayne, 


24 


Sam: 


Wm. Oxnerd, 


25 


Bryan 


John Wilson, 


February 1 


Will : 


James Snowden, 


eod. die 


Eliz: 


Edward Harrison, 


4 


Richard 


Thomas Tayler, 


15 


Richard 


Will Grave, 


eod. die 


Sarah 


Sam : Calvert, 


16 


Anne 


John Hird, 


21 


Martha 


John Walch, 


22 


Dinah 


Mr. Rich : Milner,t 


23 


Nathaneel 


James Cawtherah, 


29 


Margeret 


John Simpson, 


March 11 


John 


Robt Snowden, 


14 


Will: 


Francis Walton, 


_ 


Jeremi : 


Jeremi : Capps, 


18 


Mary 


Joseph Lobley, 


19 

1652. 


Will: 


John Brigges, 


April 9 


John 


Thomas Kirtain, 


11 


Eliz: 


Michael Squire, 


May 2 


Peter 


Michael Ryley, 


9 


Joseph 


John Chapman, 


eod. die 


Grace 


Christopher Milner^ 


eod. die 


Esther 


Francis Jackson, 


15 


George 


Tho : Crabtree, 


16 


Mary 


Marke Hilhouse, 


23 


Mary 


Joseph Holmes, 


June 3 


Phebe 


Richard Goodall, 


7 


Ruth 


William Eastwood, 


13 


Judeth 


Rich : Clarke, 


26 



* The miliam has been substituted for some other christian name, 
t See vol. 1, pp.110 and 113. 
j See vol. l,pp. 12'J aad 163. 





BAPTISMS. 




57 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1652. 


Mary 


Henry Bland, 




June 27 


John 


Peter Pickersgill, 




July 7 


Sarah 


John Claughton * 




July 18 


Mary 


Will' Suowden, 


Bramley, 


August 3 


Will: 


Robt. Whitehead. 




eod. die 


Esther 


Thomas Browne, 


Calverley, 


eod. die 


Will: 


Richard Limsdale, 




11 


Joseph 


Edward Kitching, 






Alexander! 


Mr. Robt. Milner, 




September — 


— (daughter) 


Will' Kitching, 




— 


James 


Sam : Stables, 




17 


Sarah 


Rich : Hall, 




26 


John 


Thomas Thornton, 




eod. die 


Samuel 


Samuel Crosley, 




October 3 


Joseph 


Rich : Gant, 




17 


Will: 


Thomas Thornton, 


Bramley, 


eod. die 


John 


Abra : Hain worth. 




24 


Sarah 


Will' Rood, 




eod. die 


Edward 


James Smith, 




November 13 


Will: 


Will' Child, 




21 


Grace 


Andrew Hare, 




28 


Tho: 


John Foster, 




December 16 


Sarah 


Robt. Yickers, 




19 


Joseph and> 
Benjamin 3 


John Broadley, 


Farsley, 


January 10 


John 


Will' Bentlev, 




2i 


Eliz : r. d| C Matthew Cordingley 


> 


February 20 


Mercy 


John Bland, 




27 


Anne 


John Stead, 




March 9 


Walter 


Walter Sowden, 




15 


Hannah 


Will' Sowden, 




eod. die 
1653. 


John 


John Hodgson, 




April 3 


Joshua 


John Thornton, 




17 


Walter 


John Allanbridge, 




18 


Grace 


James Berry, 




24 


Sarah 


John Oxnerd, 




May 7 


* Pror.ounced 


Clafto7i.— There is a miV 


I in Pudsey called Claughton 


Garth Mill, the field it was built in bein 


g probably called Claughton 


Garth, from having been farmed by one ( 


)f this family 


; 


f Not mentioned in Foster's pedigree. 







^^ 



58 


BAPTISMS 


. 




Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1653. 


Izabel 


John Walton, 




Mays 


Rich: 


John Thompson, 




11 


Dinah 


Bartho : Bloomer, 




14 


Agnes 


John Sayle,* 




19 


Philip 


Will: Deacon, 




20 


James 


James Ellis, 




28 


Rich: 


George Waring, 




29 


Eliz: 


Will : Smith, 




June 5 


Sam : 


Hugh Hartley, 




18 


Alice 


Robt. Brayshay, 




July 6 


Sarah 


Ben : Roades, 




eod. die 


Matthew 


Matthew Myars, 




9 


Sarah 


Emmanuel Boococke, 


13 


John 


Will : Jewitt, 




17 


Edward 


Edward Barker, 




24 


Richard 


Richard Whitticar, 




August 7 


Hannah 


Mr. John Smith, 




26 


Sarah 


William Whitley, 




29 


Grace 


Yickars, 




— 


Mary 


Tho : Harper, 


Pudsey, September 11 


Will: 


Tempest Crabtree, 




22 


Rebeccah 


John Fenton, 




25 


Joseph 


John Kittson, 


Bowlton, 


February 9 


Tho: 


John Wood, 




12 


Alice 


Joseph Yickers, 




eod. die 


John 


Josias Atkinson, 


Idle, 


16 


Grace 


John Bucke, 




March 1 


Lawr : 


Lawrence Wood, 


Calverley Milne, 5 


Anne 


Will : Hey 


Eccleshill, 


eod. die 


Mary 


Christop : Cooke, 


Farnley, 


— 


Susan : 


Isaac Gant, 


Pudsey, 


12 


John 


John Haist, 




eod. die 


Sar : 


Jere : Dighton, 


Pudsey, 


16 


Sar: 


Peter Mitchell, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Eliz: 


Will : Swayne, 


Greengates, 


15 


Dinah 


Will : Swayne, 


Idle-parke, 


— 


Will : 


Wm: Wade, 




26 




* See vol. 1, page 86. 





BAPTISMS. 



59 



Child's Name. 

Abra : 

Jane 

Sarah 

Fran : (son) 

Tho: 

Abra : 

Sarah 

Anne 

Mary 

Geo: 

Myles 

John 

Mary 

John 

Will: r.s. 

Mercy 

James 

Will' 

Tho: 

Grace 

Eebecca 

John 

Hannah 

John 

Will : 

Rich: 

Rich: 

Alice 

Joshua 

Mary 

Will: 

Lawr : 

Sam : 

Tho: 

John 

Sar: 

John 

Christoph : 

Sam : 



Father's Name. 

Thomas Tayler, 
John Firth, 
. Tho : Bridge, 
John Scot, 
John Kitching, 
Will' Hall, 
Henry Haist, 
Francis Drake, 
Fran. Dickinson, 
Edw : Harrison, 
Myles Rishworth, 
Tho : Thompson, 
Tho : Raistricke, 
Tho : Hling worth, 
Jose : Hartley, 
Rowl. Milner,* 
Edw: Hinchcliffe, 
Abra : Kendall, 
Steven Sowden, ) 
Rich : Bower, ) 

Will : Lambert, 
Sam : Goodall, 
Mr. Jo : Smith, 
John Hling worth, 
Will : Hartley, 
Antho : Mason, 
Geo : Birtch. 
Will : Eastwood, 
Will : Cousin, 
John Sargeson, 
Rich : Got, 
Tho : Ledgard, 
Will : Child, 
Tho : Hird, 
Sam : Myars, 
Wm. Brooksbanke, 
Edw : Smith, 
Hugh Watterworth, 
Peter Pickersgill, 



Abode. Date. 

1654. 

Farsley, April 2 

Idle, eod. die 

Apperley, eod. die 

Calverley, 9 

Greengates, 12 

Farsley, 16 

30 

eod. die 

Bramley, May 3 

Calverley, 7 

Bramley, 14 

Idle, 14 

14 

Thorpe, 21 

28 

Pudsey, June 15 

Pudsey, 21 

21 

25 

25 

Eccleshill July 16 

Pudsey, 16 

Pudsey, 26 

Thorpe, 30 

Idle, August 6 

Rodley, 16 

Wrose, 18 

Pudsey, 20 

Pudsey, 20 

Idle, 20 

Idle, 26 

Idle, 26 

Pudsey, 27 

Idle, September 1 

Calverley, 2 

Farsley, 17 

Asholt, 20 

Bramley, 24 

Pudsey, 27 



Wrose 



1597. Dec. 16. Chr. son of Rowland Milner. bp.'" — Lxtract 



from Marske Parish Register. Yorksh. Areh.JouT 



198. 



Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1654. 


Mary 


Tho : Fairbanke, 


Farsley, September 30 


Sam: 


Sam : Dracup, 


Idle, 


October 11 


Will: 


James Smith, 




12 


Mary r. d. 


Isaac Overend, 




22 


Anne 


Mich : Fenton, 


Pudsey, 


22 


Isaac 


Abra : Haineworth, 


Farnley, 


29 


Robt' 


Robt' Snowden, 


Wadlands, 


November 7 


Will: 


Robt' Bowlton, 


Idle, 


9 


John 


Will' Grave, 


Calverley, 


12 


James 


James Hammerton, 


Tyresall, 


15 


Tho: 


Anne Bower, 


Bowling, 


20 


Sarah 


Jose : Holdsworth, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Tho: 


John Robinson, 


Calverley, 


27 


Ann 


Wm. Bentley, 


Rodley, 


27 


Eliz: 


Robt' Whithead, 


Eccleshill, 


December 2 


Eliz: 


John Peele, 


Idle, 


17 


Phillip & John Phillip Farewell, 


Calverley, 


30 


Sam : 


Wm: Coates, 


Rodley, 


January 1 


John 


Rich. Linsdale, 


Apperley-bridge, 6 


Alice 


Tho : Bugden, 


Pudsey, 


U 


Sarah 


Rich' Gaunt, 


Owle-coates 


;, 17 


John 


Jonas Mitchel, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Sam: 


Nicol : Johnson, 


Calverley, 


28 


Sarah 


John Turner, 


Stanningley, 28 


Jane 


Rich : Clarke, 


Idle, 


28 


Will: 


Timo : Farrer, 


Idle, 


February 1 


Christoph. 


John Westerman, 


Bramley, 


8 


Rebeccah 


Sam : Marshall, 


Idle, 


16 


Tho: 


Robt' Marston, 


Eccleshill, 


22 


Lawr : 


John Butler, 


Idle, 


23 


Mary 


Robt. Roydes, 


Calverley, 


March 1 


Jonathan 


John Chapman, 


) 




Sam : 


John Busfield, 


> Pudsey, 




Anne 


Wm. Rood, 


) 




Christop : 


Tho : Thornton, 


Idle, 




Mary 


John Simpson, 


Idle, 




Anne 


Francis Jackson, 




1655. 


Martha 


Matthew Walton, 


Farsley 


April 5 



Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1655. 


Mary 


John Dracup, 


Idle, 


April 6 


Mary 


Will: Sugden, 


Bradford parr. 


11 


Alice 


Sam : Calvert, 


Idle parke. 


15 


Anne 


John Stevenson, 


Eccleshill, 


29 


Ellin 


John Liegh, 


Pudsey, 


29 


Jerem : 


John Matthew, 


Eccleshill, 


May 5 


Josua 


Jonas'Wrose, 


Bramley, 


' 6 


Anne 


Tho : Preston, 


Idle, 


6 


Fran : (son) 


Edw : Walton, 


Wadlands, 


15 


Tho: 


John Hodgson, 


Bowlton, 


20 


Isabel 


John Atkinson, 


Eccleshill, 


20 


John 


Ilichard Goodall, 


Parsley, 


23 


John r s. 


Nicol : Hackphaw, 


Bradford, 


27 


Sam : 


Joseph Wade, 


Bagley, 


30 


Mary 


Fich : Simpson, 


Idle, 


30 


John 


Andrew Hare, 


Calverley, 


June 3 


Tho : 


John Illingworth, 


Pndsey, 


10 


John 


Wm. Armitage, 


Idle, 


10 


Jonas 


Emm an : Bococke, 


Pudsey, 


Julyl 


Tho: , 


John Sayle, 


Woodhall, 


5 


Sarah 


Tho : Slater, 


Wrose, 


5 


Sarah 


Sam : Crosley, 


Pudsey, 


8 


Grace 


John Allanbridge, 


Calverley-milne, 8 


Theodore* 


Mr. Robt' Milner, 


Pudsey, 


11 


Isaac 


Isaac Wormwell, 


Tyresall, 


29 


Anne 


Tho: (MankJ 


Parsley, August 19 


Joshua 


James Ellis, 


Calverley, 


25 


Anne 


John Illingworth, 


Thorpe, 


2Q 


Mary 


Will : Whitley, 


Pudsey, 


29 


Josepli 


Richard Musgrave, 


Stanningley, 


31 


Meny 


John Walton, 


Parsley, September 9 


Ma^ 


Nathaneel Hare, 


Bramley, 


10 


Arne 


John Haist, 


Priest Thorpe, 


16 


l^-'ary 


Wiir Bucke, 


Thorpe, 


26 


•Sarah 


Christop : Walker, 


Pudsey, 


30 


8am. : 


Edw : Kitching, 


Calverley, October 7 


Jane 


Tho : Roundall, 


Pudsey, 


14 



* Not mentioned in pedigree. 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 



Father's Name. 



Alice Walter Sowden, 

Will: Will : Raistricke, 

James John Thompsou, 
Emmanuel r.s. Will: Atkinson, 

John WilhKitching, 

Abra : Tho : Harper, 

Robt' Robt' Greenfield, 

Sarah Geo : Booth, 

Obadiah Tho : Taylor, 

James James Roades, 
John & Susan John Walsh, 

Edith John Peele, 

Frances Bartho : Bloomer, 

Tho : Sam : Tennant, 

Mary Wm. Thompson, 

Anna Captain Tho : Musgr 

Mary Tho : Croft, 

Ellin r.d. John Dickinson, 

John Fran : Dickinson, 

Michael Michael Binnes, 

James Will: Hall, 

Jane Edw : Barker, 

Joshua Will: Ward, 

Anne Tho : Baynes, 

Mercy Wm. Coates, 

Grace Lawr : Wood, 
Martha & Ann Antho : Mason, 

Anne Tho : Baker, 

John John Bucke, 

Anne Edmund Foulshay, 

Will: Will: Stevenson, 

Antho : Alvery L acock, 

Sarah Abra : Kendall, 



John 
Anna 
Mary 
Will: 



John Oxner, 
Rich : Whitticar, 
Rich : Hall, 
James Swayne, 



Abode. Date. 

1655. 
Woodhall, October 15 
Pudsey, 21 

Stone- style, 24 

November 1 
Calverley, — 

Pudsey, — 

H^aton, — 

HeatoB, — 

Stannikgley, — 

Calverley, December 7 
Calverldy, 9 

Idle, 23 

WindhiU, 27 

Calrerley, 27 

Stone^dile, 27 

ave, '■ January 1 

Tvrts4% 13 

20 
Braraley, 3 1 

Asholt); ■ February 3 
Farsley',- 3 

Calverley, 10 

Calverley, 17 

Pudsey, 17 

Owle-coates, 18 

Calverley-mi^*ie, 24 

24 
Calverlev, !Mapoh 2 

Idle, " ;''43 

Farsley, 2t) 

White Coates, 20 

Thorpe, 21 

Pudsey, 28 

165^. 
Calverley, Malj^Mj^-^ 
Pudsey, ''^■kP\ 

AP^^< 
Idle, 



BAPTISMS. 



63 



Child's Name. 

Joseph 

Jeremi : 

Mary & Ellin 

Judeth 

Ellin 

John 

John 

John 

Sam : 

Eebeccah 

Israel 

Lawr : 

Tho: 

George 

Mary 

Elizabeth 

Isaac 

Abigail 

Alice 

John p^ ^ 

Barbaryf 

Mary 

Alice 

Eliz : 

Mary 

Alice 

Kobt' 

John 

Wm. 

[Tho : 

John 

Mary 

Sarah 

Tobias r.s. 

Eliz: 

Ruth 

Grace 

Susan 



Father's Name. 



Abode. 



Robt. Broadley, 
John Prockter, 
Robt. Maud, 
Rebeccah England, 
Alice Knowles, 
Wm. Paslew, 
John Wilson, 
John Hoyle, 
Robt. Carrock, 
Tho : Dufton, 
Benia : Roades, 
Tho : Hall, 
Wm. Child, 
George Birtch, 
Tho : Briggs, 
James Fairbanke, 
Wm. Sugden, 

Christopher Pearson, Tyresall, 
Wm. Farrer, Greengates, 

Jeremi : Northrop, Heaton, 
Antho ; Slater, 
Christop. Milner, Pudsey, 
Emmanuel Boococke, Pudsey 



Rodley, 
Pudsey, 



Idle, 

Bramley, 

Bowlton, 

Idle, 

Pudsey, 

Parsley, 

Pudsey, 

Windhill, 

Greengates, 

Bradford, 



Date. 

1656. 

April 13 

20 

20 

May 10 

15 

18 

18 

25 

31 

June 1 

4 



Willm. Kitson, 
Will' Charlesworth, 
Josias Atkinson, 
Robt' Thornton, 
Wm. Swayue, 
Wm. Coates, 
Chr : Pierson, 
James Vickers, 
Peter Pickersgill, 
Richard Sargeson, 
Henry Roundhaw, 
Wm. Deacon, 
Wm. Cousin, 
Robt' Bowlton, 
Tho : Hutchinson, 
* Inserted. 



Eccleshill, 



Greengates, 



Pudsey, 
Green-gates, 
Pudsey, 
Idle, 

Windhill, 



8 

8 

22 

22 

28 

29 

29 

29 

29 

July 4 

13 

27 

29 

August 2 

6 

27 

27 

28 

29]* 

September 9 

11 

11 

October 18 

19 

November 30 

December 18 

25 



G4 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 

Mary 

Susan 

John* 

Beatrix 

AVm. 

Sarah 

Sam : 

Mary 

John 

Susan 

Joseph 

Martha 

Christoph : 

Martin 

Tho: ; .. 

Joshua ^ 

Rich: 

Sam: 

Wm. .^ 

Barbery 

Eliz. 

Jonas 
Xathaneel 



Father's Name. 

John Scot, 
David Roydes, 
Mr. Robt' Milner, 
Richard Goodall, 
John "Wood, 
Wm. Crabtree, 
John Goodall, 
John Illingworth, 
John Simpson,-|- 
Robt' Kellet, 
Joseph Holds worth, 
Tho : Ledgard, 
John Hird, 
Martin Dawson, 
John Slater, 
James Gant, 
Thomas Roundell, 
Tho : Watterworth, 
Joshua Lumby, 
Rich. Riley, 
Geo. Tillyson, 

Jonas Booth, 
John Dracup, 



Abode. Date. 

1656. 
January 6 
8 
14 
17 
25 
25 
29 
February 1 
8 
11 
19 
25 
27 
March 10 
Registered Jan. 5 



Calverley, 

Pudsey, 

Pudsey, 

Pudsey, 

Idle, 

Pudsey, 
Pudsey, 

Rawdon 



Registered 



Mar. 



Windhill, 
Bramley, 



Idle, 



5 

10 

15 

23 

10 

27 

1657. 

April 5 

5 



* Married Frances, d. of Matthew Hajl, of Swillington, and died 
19th Feb., 1711. 

f The will of William Simson, of Idle, yeomen, (who was buried 
at Calverley, 22 Aug., lOfil.) is given here for lack of room in its 
proper place. It was made 17 Aug., 1661. William, the testator's 
eldest son. was to have his lands ia Carlton, in Guiseley parish, for 
70 years or life. After that time his lawful heirs to have them, with 
this rent charge, that Richard & John S., the testator's sons, had 
equally for 4 years, £5 every year ; Mary, his wife, to have her 
thirds. Richard and John £10 each, out of personal estate. Wm. 
Ambler, his son-in-law, 20s. Mary, his wife, 12d. John, son of John 
S., 208. Mary and Jane, daus. of John S., 20s. each. Each of the 
servants of Richard and John S., 12d. William S., one stand-bed, 
one feather-bed, one mattris, one payre of blanketts, and one payre 
of sheets, one coverlet, one great chist. Rest to Mary his wife, sole 
executrix. She is directed to remember in her will George A wmbler 
son of William A. Witnesse, John Scrgeson, Ja : Sagar. 





BAPTISMS 


. 


65 


Child's Name. 


Father's Nams.* 


Abode. 


Date. 
1657. 


John 


Tho : Hird, 


Windhill, 


April 19 


Wm : 


Stephen Waingright, Pudsey, 


19 


Martha 


Tho : Preston, 




19 


Jane 


Wm : Garnet, 




21 


Wm: 


Wm : Hartley, 




May 10 


Mary 


Wm : Parkinson, 




10 


Martha & Mary Tho : Buo^den, 




9 


John 


Sam : Exley, 




9 


Mary 


Wm:Wade, 


Bagley, 


9 


Jeremiah 


Henry Riley, 




13 


Isaac 


John Wilson, 


Pudsey, 


24 


John 


Rich : Gant, 


Owle-Coates, 27 


Francis 


John Dyson, 




31 


John 


Edw : Harrison, 




June 1 


Mary 


John Lumby, 




20 


Sarah 


Sam : Kellett, 




29 


Stephen* 


Will : Rawson, gentleman, 


29 


Rebeccah 


Mr. John Smith, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Mary 


John Swayne, 




July 5 


Jane 


Will : Riley, 




'u 


Anne 


Sam : Myars, 




August 8 


John 


John Howgate, 




10 


Mercy 


Tho : Boococke, 




14 


Agnes 


Wm : Liegh, 




28 


Stephen 


Rich : Hudson, 




30 


John 


James Hobson, 


Idle, 


September 2 


Alice 


Wm : Hodgson, 


Idle, 


4 


John 


Jerem : Welfitt, 


Idle, 


16 


Joseph 


John Tickers, 


Greengates 


;, 24 


Sam: 


Fran : Drake, 


Idle, 


28 


Antho : 


Tho : Raistricke, 




29 


Sarah 


Marmaduke Warwicke, 


29 


Will: 


John Stead, 




November 6 


Mary 


Tho : Armitage, 




6 


Beatrix 


John Haist, 




14 



* Wm. Eawson, of Shipley, was buried at Bradford. 7th Dec,, 1661. 
but this Stephen is not named as one of his sons in Foster's descent 
in the Yorkshire Ptdigrees. 



66 



BAPTISMS. 





Child's Name. 


Father's N»me. Abode, 


Date. 
1657. 




James 


James Fairbanke, 


November 26 




Will: 


Wm. Whitley, Pudsey, 


December 11 




Mercy 


Michael Fenton, 


11 




Lydia 


Christopher Whitley, 


11 




Jane 


John Peele, 


20 




John 


John Boodin, a stranger, 


20 




Anne 


Syreland Stead, Idle, 


21 




Sarah* 


Mr. Robt : Milner, Pudsey, 


24 


^-vV- 


Tho: 


Tho : Thornton, 


27 


-Will : 


Will: Thompson, 


January 3 


kJf 


Anne 


Tho : Dufton, Pudsey, 


10 




Wm: 


Wm : Charlesworth, 


21 




John 


Humphrey Hutchinson, 


24 




Stephen 


Willm : Paslew, 


24 




David 


Richard Brooke, 


February 4 




Eebeccah 


John Busfield, Pudsey, 


14 




Rich: 


Tho : Fletcher, 


18 




Joseph 


Abraham Hain worth, Stanningley, March 10 




Wm: 


Wm: Sugden, Tyresall, 


18 




John 


Wm : Waller, 


10 
1658. 




Robt. r. s. 


Robt : Craven, 


March 28 




Agnes 


Wm: Norton, Eccleshill, 


April 3 




Ellin 


Geo : Birtch, 


10 




Ruth 


Tho : Musgrave, 


16 




Eden 


Antho: Slater, Windhill, 


23 




John 


Tho : Briggs, Greengates, 


23 




Sarah 


Tho : Fairbanke, Farsley, 


24 




Alice 
Anne 


Michael Eastwood, ^ 
Wm: Rucke,?". 5^^^^^ 


May 5 

6 




John 


Robt : Roades, 


8 




Ephraimf 


Mr. Ben : Sandall, Idle, 


June 10 




John 


Tempest Crabtree, 


10 




Daniel 


John Booth, 


13 




Susan : 


Edw: Clayton, 


20 




Sarah 


John Liegh, 


25 




* Sarah Milner was married to Thos. Whitaker. 




m 


t See vol. 1, p 


>. 118. 





Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date 
1658. 


Wm: 


John Matthew, 


Eccleshill, 


July 9 


Jerem : 


Nicol : Johnson, 




'is 


Margery 


Antho : Mason, 




18 


Susan 


Tho : Baynes, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Ellin 


James Roades, 


Bradford, 


August 1 


Matt : 


Tho : Hall, 


Bramley, 


8 


Hannah 


Rich : Sargeson, 




9 


Ann 


Francis Boococke, 


Pudsey, 


15 


Sarah 


Wm: Child, 


Pudsey, 


September 5 


Sarah 


John Robson, 


Calverley, 


5 


Mary 


John Shut, 




26 


Wm: 


Sam : Crabtree, 




October 10 


Jane 


Antho : Slater, 




10 


Mary 


James Fidler, 




10 


Wm: 


Wm. Grave, 




24 


Wm: 


Wm : Wade, 




November 9 


Sam : 


Mr. Edward Hinchcliffe, 


December 2 


Mary 


Tho: Bramley, 




2 


Sarah 


Edw : Armitage, 




15 


Susan : 


Christopher Dunne] 


1^ 


16 


Sam : 


Christopher Milner, 




16 


John 


John Dracup, Jun., 




19 


Grace 


John Watterhouse, 




— 


Grace 


John Wood, 


Stanningley, 22 


Ann 


Martin Dawson, 




27 


Timo: 


Christopher Bailey, 




January 1 


Ann 


John Wood, 


Stanningley, 9 


Robt : 


Robt : Broadley, 




9 


Martha 


Dan : Farrer, 




30 


Sarah 


John Fenton, 




30 


Will : 


John Hall, 


Pudsey, 


February 6 


John 


John Goodall, 




6 


Grace 


John Kitson, 




9 


Mercy 


Henry Stead, 




12 


Jane 


John Bucke, 




23 


Abra : 


Wm : Coates, 




March 3 


Grace 


John Slater. 




9 


Hannah 


James Gaunt, 




19 


Sarah 


Wm : Hall, 




20 


John 


Wm : Crabtree, 




24 



68 


BAPTISMS. 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


John 


Miles Stead, 


Alice 


Michael Eastwood, 


John 


John Illingworth, 


John 


Richd : Aske, 


John 


John Horsfield, 


Jonas 


James Hammerton, 


Mary 


Wm : Hustler, 


Eichard 


Wm : Thompson, 



George & Sarah Matthew Asquith, 

Eliz : Tho : Bugden, 

Rebeccah Mr. John Smith, 

James Rich : Whitticar, 

Sam : Joseph Yickers, 

Jane Wm : Ward. 

Sarah Abra : Kendall, 

David Sam : Calvert, 

Will : James Roades, 

Joseph John Turner, 

Henry Henry Bellas, 

Mary Sam : Drake, 

Eliz : Tho : Greathead, 

Sarah Jonas Mitchell, 

Martin John Hodgson, 

Joseph Wm : Brooksbanke, 

Mary James Hobson, 

Sarah Wm : Waller, 

Sarah Andrew Smith, 

Isaac Robt : Sugden, 

Tho : Rich : Bower, 

Eliz : Sam : Kitching, 

Sarah John Walsh, 

Mary Tho : Hutchinson, 

Peter Wm : Riley, 

Eliz : John Peele, 

Joshua Rich : Gaunt, 

Eliz : Wm : Hey, 

Anne Jonas Wrose, 

John Geo : Birtch, 



Abode. Date. 

1659. 

March 27 

27 

April 5 

10 

10 

11 

24 

24 

May 10 

12 

25 

25 

Idle, 29 

29 

June 19 

July 2 

6 

6 

17 

27 

August 7 

7 

28 

28 

31 

31 

September 15 

22 

25 

25 

25 

October 12 

November 6 

6 

8 

10 

Bramley, 17 

19 





BAPTISMS, 




69 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date 
1659. 


John 


Edward Harrison, 


December 11 


Grace 


Wm : Banks, 


Bramley, 


18 


Sarah 


Wm : Bjnns, 




January 2 


Anne 


John Wilson, 




2 


Persis, dau. 


of John Wilson, 


Bramley, 


2 


Ephraim* 


Mr. Ben : Sandall, 


Idle, 


11 


Sam : 


Wm : Paslew, 




11 


Alice 


John Swayne, 




11 


Wm: 


Antho : Slater, 


Windhill, 


13 


Faith 


Tho : Hill, 




13 


Sarah 


^ James Milner, 




15 


Rich: 


Sam : Gant, 




15 


Eliz: 


Wm. Charlsworth, 




25 


Sam: 


James Fairbanke, borne in Scotland. 30 


Emmanuel 


Emman : Boococke, 




February 5 


Sarah 


Sireland Stead, 




8 


Bridget 


Antho : Parkinson, 




11 


Gregory 


Mr. Robt : Milner, 




15 


Wm: 


John Fen ton, 




16 


Mary 


James Lyster, 


Frizinghall, 


17 


Robt: 


Tho : Smithe, 


Bramley, 


23 


Mary 


Hugh Watter worth, 




26 


Eliz: 


Antho : Brothericke 


,t 


March 4 


Rich: 


Michael Sands alias Eastwood, 


8 


Tho: 


Tho : Slater, 




15 


Eliz: 


Tho : Thompson, 




18 


Anne 


Wm : Sugden, 




18 


James 


Rich : Riley, 


Windhill, 


21 


Wm: 


Gilbert Stead, 




24 


Susan : 


Wm : Hodgson, 




24 

1660. 


Geo: 


Robt : Craven, 




April 5 


Edward 


Edw : Smith, 


Whitecoate, 


12 


Sarah 


Tho : Thornton, 




29 


Sam: 


Joshua Lumby, (borne May 1) 


May 1 



* Ephraim Sandall, There seem to have been two sons of the 
same name, both of whom died young. See vol. I, p. 118. 
f Brodrick. Now Bretherick in tliis distr ict. 



70 


BAPTISMS. 






Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode, 


Date. 
1660. 


Wm : r.s. 


Wm : Swayne, 




May 19 


Isaac 


Tho : Musgrave, 




21 


John 


Christop : Thompson, Bramley, 


31 


Anne 


John Tirry, 




June 6 


John 


Jerem : Sowden, 




July 14 


Wm: 


Rich : Goodall, 




U 


Mary 


Timo : Elsworth, 




15 


Sarah 


John Stead, 


Idle, 


August 2 


Tho: 


Tho : Raistricke, 




2 


Wm: 


John Hodgson, 




10 


Mary 


Rich : Shaw, 




11 


Anne 


Joseph Browne, 


Windhill, 


26 


Lawrence 


John Bucke, 


1 


September U 


John 


John Watterhouse, 




14 


Richd : 


Tho : Senior, 




30 


Sarah 


Wm : Walsh, 




October 7 


Lawr : 


Wm : Bucke, 




10 


Matthew 


Matthew Foster, 




10 


Sarah 


Wm : Waller, 




10 


Grace 


John Firth, 




10 


John 


Wm. Lepton, 




13 


Antho : 


Antho : Mason, 




14 


Mary 


John Liegh, 




14 


Mary 


Rich : Liegh, 




14 


Grace 


Joseph Midgley, 


Bowlton, 


14 


Sarah 


Robert Summersca! 


1, 


24 


Rebeccah 


Benjamin Swayne, 




24 


Tho: 


Rich : Sargeson, 




October 25 


James 


John Avyson, 




25 


Jane 


John Simpson, 




25 


Abra : 


Henry Barraclough, 




November 3 


Grace 


Rich : Feather, 


Stanningley, 12 


Mary 


John Haist, 




18 


Lot 


Benjamin Roades, 




29 


James 


Tho : Tayler, 




29 


John 


Isaac Wormall, 




29 


Anne 


Nicol : Fawcett, 




December 8 


Wm: 


Tho : Briggs, 




15 


David 


John Robson, 




15 





BAPTISMS. 


71 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. Abode. 


Date. 
1660. 


Alice 


Sam : Moss, jun.,* 


December 19 


Ann 


Christopher Whitley, 


28 


Gamaliel 


Emmanuel Boococke, 


January 6 


Sam : 


Jonas Deane, 


13 


Eliz: 


Christoph : Bunnell, 


18 


Agnes 


Christoph : Mitton, 


19 


Tho: 


Tho : Norton, 


27 


Anne 


John Wilson, 


31 


John 


James Booth, Wrose, 


February 3 


Hannah 


Wm : Child, 


3 


Wm: 


John Westerman, 


14 


Ann 


Eobt: Broadley, 


14 


Timo: 


Sam : Stables, 


15 


Alice 


Timothy Farrer, 


22 


Mary 


Jeremiah Firth, 


23 


Susan : 


Robt : Sugden, jun., 


26 


Wm: 


John Gaunt, 


March 3 


Ann 


Wm: Wade, Farsley, 


3 


Wm: 


Wm : Armitage, Eccleshill, 


21 


Mary 


John Smith, 


31 

1661. 


Esther 


Mr. James Nichols, 


April 4 


John 


AVm : Myars, 


4 


Sam : 


Jeremiah Watterworth, 


9 


Tho: 


Tho : Scarborough, 


9 


Mary 


John Robinson, 


18 


John 


Wm : Tompson, 


28 


Dorothy 


Wm : Moore, 


28 


Ann 


Christoph : Milner, 


28 


Sam : 


John Vickers, 


May 7 


Anna 


Robt : Maud, 


10 


John 


James Pearson, 


20 


Ann 


John Haw, 


20 


Tho: 


Isaac Murgatroyd, 


24 


Sam : 


Sam : Myars, 


25 


John 


Will : Toppin, 


July 2 


Will : 


Abra : Hainsworth, 

* See vol. 1, page 94. 


14 



72 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 

Esther 

Jonathan 

Edward 

Sarah 

Mercy 

William 

William 

Martha 

Jane 

Sarah 

Robert 

Wm: 

Jennett 

Martha 

Sarah 

Sarah 

John 

Margery 

Joshua 

John 

Mercy 

Sarah 



Father's Name. 

Sam : Crabtree, 
Tho : Fairbanke, 
Edward Walton, 
John Dawson, 
Sam : Gaunt, 
William Paslew, 
Abra : Nichols, 
Edward Watson, 
Wm : Ward, 
Michael Riley, 
John Dufton, 
Robert Burnell, 
Joshua Mawson, 
Wm : Hey,* 
An tho : Alderson, 
Daniel Farrer, 
Tho : Greathead, 
Robt : Carrocke, 
Michael Riley, 
James Gaunt, bapt. 
Wm : Charlsworth, 
James Smith, 



Abode. Date. 

1661. 

July 14 

20 

20 

24 

August 18 

18 

Apperley Bridge, 21 

September 1 

1 

15 

22 

29 

October 20 

November 11 

11 

17 

24 

27 

' December 16 

at Pudsey, January 1 

6 

6 



Het. Baptisms at Bradford. 



1609. 

1634. 

1638.9 

1640. 

1641. 

1642. 

1642. 

1642.3 



April 9, 
Nov. 5, 
Mar. 17, 
Apr. 19, 
June 6, 
May 15, 
Nov. 6, 
Jan. 29, 



William, 
Richard, 
John, 
Richard, 
Thomas, 
Willm., 
Thomas, 
Willm., 



1675. Dec. 12, Willm. 



of Wm. Hei, of Manningham. 
Wm. Hey, of Bradford. 
Wm. Hey, of Bradford, Mercer. 
Wm. Hey, Jun., Bradford. 
Wm. Hey. Grosser, Bradford. 
Richard Hey, Bradford. 
John Hey, Bowling. 
Willm. Hey, of Ecclesfield. 

(Eccleshill.) 
Willm. Hey, Bradford. 



Marriages at Bradford. 
1654. July 31, Willm. Hey and Anne Atkinson. 

Burials at Bradford. 

1604. June 13, Richard Hey, senior. 

1605. Nov. 27, William Hey, of Pudsey. 

1606. April 2, Widow Hev, wid. of Richard Hei, Bradford. 
1613. June 13, Richard Hey, Bradford. 

1623. Aug. 13, Wm. Hey, Bradford, pauper. 





BAPTISMS. 




73 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode, 


Date. 
1661. 


Susan : 


JamesfNanJc) 




January 19 


Joshua 


Christopher Whitlow, 


February 2 


James 


John Turner, 




9 


Grace 


Nicolaus Johnson, 




16 


Sarah 


John Kitson, 




16 


Mary 


Antho : Slater, 




15 


Ann 


George Birtch, 




15 


Susan 


Edw : Mackerith, 




27 


Wm: 


Eich : Simpson, 




27 


Tho: 


Sam : Calvert, 




29 


James 


Isaac Lumby, 




March 16 


Sarah 


Wm : Sug-den, 




23 


Susan: & Mary Fran : Harrison, 




23 








1662. 


John 


John Haw, 




March 29 


Jerem : 


Andrew Smith, 




29 


Mercy 


Mr. Edward Hinchcliffe, 


29 


Judith 


Tho : Hutchinson, 




29 


Esther 


John Busfield, 




' April 1 


Sarah 


Joseph Hirst, 




2 


Tho: 


John Free, 




3 


John 


Mr. John Smith, 


Pndsey, 


March 30 


Mary 


Sam : Smith, 


Pudsey, 


April 10 


Wm: 


Richard Gant, 




27 


Wm: 


Wm : Walton, 


Idle, 


27 


Sarah 


Christoph : Lang, 


Idle, 


May 4 


David 


Wm : Hammond, 


Bowl ton, 


9 


Sarah 


Wm : Hodgson, 


Idle, 


11 


Wm: 


Henry Tayler, 


Idle, 


11 


Wm: 


Wm : Hainworth, 




17 


Miles 


Miles Stead, 


Idle, 


18 


Jerem : 


Rich : Bower, 


WindhiU, 


24 


Eliz: 


Jose : Wade, 


Bagley, 


June 8 


John 


John Slater, 


Wrose, 


18 


John 


Rich : Whittaker, 


Pudsey, 


29 


Geo: 


John Carter, 


Parsley, 


29 


Ann 


John Fowler, 


Rawdon, 


Julys 



74 


BAPTISMS 






Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1662. 


Abigail* 


Mr. Robert Milner, 


b.b. *^ 


July 10 


Grace 


Alice Jewitt, 


14 


John 


Wm : Crab tree, 


Stanningley, 19 


Eliz: 


Bryan Milner, 


Calverley, 


26 


Wm: 


Rich: Aske, 


Rodley, 


August 3 


Sarah 


Antho : Butler, 


Thorpe, 


3 


Ruth 


John Moore, 


Pudsey, 


3 


John 


John Gaunt, jun., 


Pudsey, 


10 


Sarah 


John Wood, 


The Mill, 


16 


Agnes 


John Wilson, jun., 


Pudsey, 


22 


Mary 


Robert Craven, 


Wrose, September 14 


Grace 


Matthew Foster, 


Idle, 


21 


Grace 


Wm : Myars, 


Idle, 


21 


Tho: 


Tho : Illingworth, 


Idle, 


30 


Michael 


Henry Foster, 


Calverley, 


October 5 


Sarah 


James Roades, 


Calverley, 


5 


Sarah 


Tho : DodgsoD, Quaker,! 


5 


Mercy 


Michael Riley, 


Pudsey, 


12 


Geo: 


John Booth, 


Idle, 


19 


AYm : 


John Liegh, 


Wilgrave, 


November 2 


John & Jonathan Wm : Ward, 


Pudsey, 


lb- 


Mary 


Jos. Milner, 


Calverley, 


December 4 


John 


Tho : Raistricke, 


Idle, 


21 


Sarah 


Tho : Armitage, 


Windhill, 


21 


John 


Antho : Mason, 


Rodley, 


28 


Stephen 


Steph : Wainwright 


:, Pudsey, 


28 


Sarah 


Tho : Scarborough, 


Windhill, 


January 1 


Jonas 


Wm : Stables, 


Pudsey, 


11 


Tirao : 


Rich : Tavler, 


Tong, 


11 


Mary 


Sam : Pollard, 


Idle parke, 


11 


Isabel 


Nicol : Fawcett, 


Greengates, 


14 


Isaac 


Wm : Lumby, 


Pudsev, 


14 


John 


Geo: Skirrow, jun. 


, Idle, ^ 


22 


Wm: 


Wm : Waller, 


Idle, 


25 


Mercy 


John Chapman, 


Pudsey, 


February 15 


Henry 


Henry Nettleton, 


Owle coates 


25 



* Married to Jos. Butler, an attorney in Bradford. He died in 
1703, and she in ]715. f See note on opposite page. 





BAPTISMS, 




75 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1662. 


John 


Wm: Brooksbanke, 


, Farsley, 


March 1 


John 


Tho: Brooke, 


Parsley, 


1 


Susan : 


Joseph Walker, 


Stanningley, 


1 


John 


John Swayne, 


Idle, 


3 


Mary 


John Dawson, 


Idle, 


3 


Mary 


Wm : Swayne, 


Idle parke, 


3 


Ann 


Daniel Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


7 


Grace 


John Wood, 


Stanningley, 


15 


Will : 


John Illingworth, 


Thorpe, 


20 
1663. 


Mary 


Wm : Lambert, 


Apperley Lane March 26 


Tho: 


James Milner, 


Rodley, 


29 


Wm: 


Tho : Thornton, 


Idle, 


29 


Esther 


W^m : Towne, 


Pudsey, 


29 


Mary 


Humphrey Musgrave, Windhill, 


April 1 


James 


Robt : Howgate, 


The Mill, 


8 


Martha 


John Hodgson, 


Bowlton, 


15 


Mary 


Robt: Sugden, 


Tyresall, 


24 


Agnes 


Will : Liegh, 


Black Hey, 


24 


Tho: 


Will : Lepton, 


Pudsey, 


24 


Francis 


Francis Drake,* a 


quaker, of Idle, 






when a year and a half old. 


18 


Sarah 


Nicol : Johnson, 




18 


John 


John Midgley, 


Bowlton, 


May 6 


Phoebe 


Joseph Midgley, 


Bowlton, 


6 


Anne 


John Sympson, 


Idle parke, 


13 


Sarah 


Tho : Dufton, 


Pudsey, 


24 


Joshua 


Joshua Lumby, 


Pudsey, 


June 3 


Nicolas 


Wm : Pollard, 


Idle, 


5 


John 


Timo : Elsworth, of 


' Tyresall, a year 






and a half old, 




16 


Wm: 


Tho : Hill, 


Windhill, 


20 


Matthew 


Mat : riather. 


Farsley, 


23 


Anne 


Sam : Moss, 


Priestiiorpe, 


July 2 


Rich: 


Rich : Riley, 


Windhill, 


20 


Joshua 


Joseph Hirst, 


Owle coates. 


19 


John 


John Wilkinson, 


Idle Wood, 


19 



* Quakers in Idle. See J. Horsfall Turner's Nonconformity in Idle, 
pp. 24, (kc. Nonconformist Register, pp. 146, &c. 



76 


BAPTISMS 






Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1663. 


Sarah 


Wm : Crabtree, 


Pudsey, 


July 26 


Margeret 


Wm: Grave, 


Calverley, 


26 


Mary 


Rich: Farrer, 


Pudsev, 


29 


Mercy 


Wm : Lee, 


Black "Hey, 


29 


John 


Wm: Child, 


Pudsey, 


August 9 


Joshua 


Sampson Bawmforth, Wrose, 


16 


Hannah 


John Prockter, 


Pudsey, 


16 


Mercy 


Timothy Farrer, 


Idle, 


19 


Eliz: 


James Gaut, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Eliz: 


John Haw, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Wm: 


Wm : Wade, jun., 


Bagley, 


September 6 


Mary 


James Pearson, 


Pudsey, 


13 


Eliz: 


Sam : Gant, 


Pudsey Hugh, 20 


Barbarah 


John Stead, 


Idle, 


22 


Abra: 


Abra : Nichols, 


Apperley Bridge, 23 


Kich: 


John Haw, 


Bramley, 


24 


Sam: 


Wm : Walsh, 


Pudsey, 


27 


Christian 


Rich : Ward, • 


Pudsey, 


October 18 


Sarah 


John Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


18 


Sam: 


Sam : Kellett, 


Idle, 


25 


John 


John Slater, 


Wrose, 


27 


James 


Tho : Preston, 


Idle, 


November 1 


AVm: 


Isaac Walker, 


Calverley, 


29 


John 


Antho: Alderson, 


Pudsey, 


December 6 


]\Iary 


Tho : Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


6 


Henry 


Henry Foster, 


Calverley, 


6 


John 


Rich : Rawson, 


Priest thorpe, 23 


Anne* 


Walter Calverley, Esquire, 


27 


Mary 


Henry Tayler, 




27 


Mary 


Antho: Slater, 




31 


Issabel 


John Tidswell, of Windhill, 


31 


Marge : 


the said John Tidswell, 


31 


Ann 


John Butler, 


Thorpe, 


January 1 


Alice 


Timo : Elsworth, 




6 


Ann 


Robt : Carrocke, 




7 


James 


Tho : Briggs, 


Apperley Bridge, 17 


Sarah 


John Carter, 


Bagley, 


24 


* Married at 


Calverley, 7 April, 168^ 


, to Benjamin 


Wade, of New 


Grange, near Leec^, Esq., and died 27 May, 1705. 







BAPTISMS. 




77 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1663. 


Mary 


Abra : Hainworfch, 


Owle coates, 


January 27 


Wm: 


Sam : Kitching, 


Calverley, 


28 


Susan : 


Wm: Sugden, 


Blacke Hey, 


31 


Sarah 


Sam : Stable, 


Idle, 


February 11 


Christoph : 


Bryan Milner, 


The Carr, 


14 


John 


John Goodall, 


Parsley, 


14 


Sarah 


Wm : Flather, 


Calverley, 


14 


Wm : r. s. 


Wm : Farrer, jun., 


Idle, 


27 


Tho: 


Wm : Hollingworth 


, Woodall, 


March 4 


John 


John Firth, 


Idle, 


6 


Mary 


Tho : Norton, 


Calverley, 


6 


Grace 


Jere : Waterworth, 


Rodley, 


6 


John 


John Dighton, 


Pudsey, 


13 


Jere: 


Geo: Birtch, 


WindhiU, 


13 


John 


Tho: Fairbanke, 


Parsley. 


13 


Rich: 


Rich: Sargeson, 


Idle, ' 


18 


Mercy 


John Bucke, 


Idle, 


20 


Ann 


James Hobson, 


Idle, 


20 


Ann 


Wm: Hey, 


Pudsey, 


20 
1664. 


Joshua 


John Stevenson, 


Eccleshill, 


March 28 


Sarah 


Sam : Myars, 


Calverley, 


April 2 


Tho: 


Isaac Lumby, 


Tyresall, 


3 


Mary 


John Wilson, jun.. 


Pudsey, 


3 


Sarah 


Rich: Aske, _, _ 


Rodley, 


7 


Grace 


Henry Akeroy(J,^^^ 
John WatterhousS;' 


Pudsey, 


11 


Agnes 


^ Idle, 


17 


Joseph r. s. 


Joseph Longbottom, 


May 8 


Susan : 


John Walker, 


Bowl ton, 


15 


Alice 


Sam : Smith, 


Pudsey, 


June 19 


Susan : 


Henry Tod, 


Idle, 


19 


Eliz: 


Tho : Musgrave, 


Pudsey, 


29 


Eliz: 


Wm : Galloway, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Agnes 


Emman : Boococke, 




5 


John 


John Dufton, 


Pudsey, 


15 


Jonas 


Wm : Pollard, 


Bowlton, 


May 22 


Sam: 


Wm : Paslew, 


Idle. 


22 


John 


Christopher Whitam, Pudsey, 


July 13 



78 

Child's Name. 

Tho: 
Joshua 
Sarah 
Martha 
Sarah r. d. 
James 
Sarah 
Eliz: 
John 
Susan : 
Anne 
Sam: 
Sarah 
Issabel 
Wm: 
Tho: 
Mary 
Lydia 
Eebeccah 
Daniel 
Mary 
John 
Wm: 
Kobt: 
Ann 
Sarah 
Robt: 
Wm: 
Tho: 
Sam: 
Joshua 
Eliz: 
Esther 
John 
Wm: 
James 
Matthew- 
Mary 



BAPTISMS. 
Father's Name. 

Wm: Bucke, 

Robt: Craven, 
Wm: Hainsworth, 
Daniel Farrer, 
John Crabtree, 
Abra: Hainworth, 
John Brashey, 
Rich: Lee, 
John Fenton,jun., 
James Berry, 
John Wilkinson, 
John Myars, 
Robt : Howgate, 
Jerem: Firth, 
John Gaunt, jun., 
Jno : Marshall, 
Wm : Myars, 
John Turner, 
Wm: Hodgson, 
Edw : Mackerpth, 
John Scaiffe, 
Wm : Belhouse, 
John Stead, 
John Busfield, 
John Booth, 
Wm : Stable, 
Simeon Bell, 
Wm : Thompson, 
Rich : Bower, 
Sam : Pollard, 
Wm : Hamond, 
Francis Boococke, 
Tho : Goodall, 
Wm : Jenkinson, 
Robt: Haist, 
Sam : Stables, 
Tho : Fenton, 
Wm : Hey, 



Abode. Date. 

1664. 
Thorpe, July 15 

Wrose, 20 

25 
Pudsey, August 1 

15 
Stanningley, 21 

Wadlands, 25 

Tyresall, 28 

Pudsey, September 11 
Idle, 11 

Pudsey, 18 

Idle, 21 

The Mill, 29 

Idle, October 6 

Pudsey, 9 

Stanningley, 9 

Idle, 9 

Stanningley, 13 

Idle, 20 

Idle, November 8 

Idle, 19 

Pudsey, 25 

Idle parke, 26 

Pudsey, December 4 
Idle, 10 

Pudsey, 10 

Bowl ton, 14 

Stone style, 25 

Windhill, 25 

Idle parke, 26 

Bowlton, January 11 
Pudsey, 15 

Pudsey, 15 

Pudsey, 25 

Calverley, 26 

Pudsey, February 5 
Pudsey, 12 

Pudsey, 12 





BAPTISMS. 




79 


Child's Name, 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1664. 


John 


Tho : Svzer,* 


Tyresall, 


17 


Joshua 


Rich : Ward, 


Pudsey, 


February 26 


Grace 


John Hey, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Mary 


Wm : Dufton, 


Pudsey, 


27 


Mary* 


Josua Rawson, 


Woddall, 


March 2 


John 


Mark Goodyson, 




5 


Eliz: 


Mr. Edw : Hinchcliffe,t Pudsey, 


9 


Joseph 


Wm: Crabtree, 


Pudsey, 


12 


Samuel 


Wm: Grave, 


Calverley, 


19 


Mary 


Mr. James Hartley, 


Idle, 


26 


Sarah 


John Peele, 


Idle, 


26 


Susan : 


John Elingworth, 


Thorpe, 


26 


( Thomas Illingworth, Tho. 
] Wm. Flather, Tho. 
( John Nettleton, Rich 


, Archer, ] 

Slater, [ 

[. Sympson. J 


Church- 
wardens. 








1665. 


Jeremiah 


Wm : Walker, 




April 10 


James 


James Booth, 


Wrose, 


13 


Sarah 


Jose : Wade, 


Farsley, 


13 


Mary 


Tho: Beane, 


Pudsey, 


16 


Susan : 


Christoph : Lang, 


Idle, 


16 


Rich: 


Rich : iSimpson, 


Idle, 


16 


Elizab : 


John Lee, 


Pudsey, 


28 


John 


Sam : Hobson, 


Bagley, 


30 


John 


John Lee, 


Black Hey, 


30 


Isaac 


Josua Broadley, 


Bagley, 


30 



* Syzer or Sizergh, a township in the parish of Kendal, Westmerland. 

f The will of Eleanor Hinchcliffe, of Kirkstall, widow, is dated 8 
May, 17 Ch., 2, (1665). By it she bequeaths to Abraham H., her 
grandchild, one great brasse potte, and one silver can guilt, one greate 
brasse mortar, and the great book of the Cronicles ; and also all the 
bedsteads and tables in the house, and a geald presse that stands in 
the greene chamber. Also to Edward Stanhope, her grandchild, £5. 
To his brother, Thomas S., £5., and to Henry S., her grandchild, £7. 
To Thomas Purdiew, her grandchild, £5, To Henry Washington, her 
grandchild, 20s. To Samuel Taylor, her grandchild, and his wife, 
eyther of them 20s. for rings. To Isabell Ellis, £1. To Judith Bol- 
ton, £3. To every one of Robert Shires' children, 20s. apiece. To 
her grandchild, Abraham Shires his wife, 20 s. All the rest to Anne 
Hinchcliffe, testatrix's daughter, who is appointed sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses :— Thomas Fairfax, Abraham Hinchcliffe, William Thompson. 



80 

Child's Name. 



BAPTISMS. 



Father's Name. 



Abode. 



Date. 
1665. 
May 10 
16 



Anne Sam : Belhouse, Pudsey, 

Ann Wm : Kitching, Calverley, 

John Rich : Sugden, Tyresall, 17 

Wm : Wm : Lee, Black Hey, 21 

Sam : Michael Riley, Pudsey, 21 

Mercy John Dighton, Pudsey, 21 

Ann Wm : Ward, Pudsey, 21 

Mary Geo. Skirrow, jun., Wrose, 24 

Wm : Antho : Butler, Thorpe, 28 

Susan : Antho : Parkinson, Idle, 29 

Mercy Joseph Walker, June 11 

Abra: Wm : Brooksbanke, Parsley, 18 

Wm: Rich : Croysdale, Idle, 21 

Sarah Jerem : Crabtree, Pudsey, 25 

Sam : Tho : Musgrave, Pudsey, July 5 

John Christoph : Carter, Pudsey, 5 

Francis Wm : Paslew, Idle, 23 

Sam : Tho : Brooke. Bagley, 30 

Achsah d. of Ben : Roades, Parsley, August 20 

John Henry Taylor, Idle green, 27 

Mary Daniel Gant, Pudsey, 27 

James Nicol : Fawcett, 30 

John Gilbert Stead, Idle, 31 

David John Hodgson, Boulton, September 3 

Mary RichrGott, Idle, 4 

Mary Sam : Gant, Pudsey, 4 

Sam: John Cordingley, The Holme, 26 

John John Franklin, Rodley, October 1 

John Dan : Gaunt, Pudsey, 1 

Wm : Robt : Lumby, Pudsey, 4 

Robt: Rich: Gaunt, Pudsey, 4 

Bridget* Walter Calverley, Esq., 6 

Margaret John Butler, Thorpe, 14 

Nicha: Wm:Hall, _,.. Stanningley, 15 

Timo: '"" '_ Henr y Akeroyd, Pudsey, 18 

* Married 1st at CaTverTeyT^ Feb. 1688, to John Ramsden, Esq., 
of Crowstone, near Halifax, Esq., he died 24 April, 1689 : and 2ndly 

in 1696 to William Nevile, Esq., of Holbeck. She died 11th Jan. 
1711 — 2 . ^QQ Memorandum Book of Sir Walter Calverlerj . 



' 


BAPTISMS. 




81 


Child's Name. 


Father's Naras. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1665. 


John 


Fran : Walker, 


Pudsey, 


October 18 


Sarah 


Rich : Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


18 


John 


Robt : Sugden, 


Tyresall, 


18 


Jaine 


Geo : Flather, 


Stanningley, 


18 


Elizab : 


Wm : Pollard, 


Parsley, 


27 


Susan : 


Tho : Scarborough, 


Windhill, November 5 


Ann 


John Dawson, 


Idle, 


8 


John 


John Carter, 


Bagley, 


12 


Mary 


Wm : Mershall, 


Bowl ton. 


12 


Susan : 


Robt : Busfeild, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Hannah 


Humphrey Musgrave, Windhill, 


23 


Joseph 


Wm : Wade, jun., 


Bagley, December 10 


Humphrey 


Tho : Roades, 


Pudsey, 


10 


Mary 


Tho : Roberts, 


Tyresall, 


24 


Sarah 


Robt : Burnell, 


Owle-coates, 


28 


Hannah 


Andrew Smith, 


Parsley, 


28 


Susan : 


Antho: Mason, 


Rodley, 


January 7 


Edith 


Tho : Armitage, 


Windhill, 


7 


John 


Wm : Lumbye, 


Pudsey, 


10 


John 


Sam : Crabtree, 


Stanningley, 


14 


Mary 


Wm : Sugden, 


Tyresall, 


14 


Peter 


Nathaniel Mitchell, 


) 


21 


Joshua 


Joshua Lumby, 


Pudsev, 


24 


A bra : 


James Hobson, 


Idle, " 


24 


Wm: 


Tho : Hutchinson, 


Pudsey, February 4 


Elizab : 


James Pearson, 


Pudsey, 


4 


Mary 


Sam : Calvert, 


Idle-parke, 


4 


Martha 


Tho : Thornton, 


Idle, 


18 


Lawr : 


John Slater, 


Wrose, 


March 2 


Deborah 


Timo : Elsworth, 


Tyresall, 


4 


Bridget 


Wm : Plainworth, 


The Coate, 


18 


John 


Matthew Flather, 


Parsley, 


21 


Dorothy 


Wm : Turner, 


Stanningley, 


21 


r John Hare, 


Wm : Mosse, 


) 




< Wm : Wade, John Slater,' 


> Churchwardens. 


(_Wm : Jenkinson, John Hods^son. ) 










1666. 


The: 


Mr. John Smith, 


Pudsey, 


April 4 



82 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 

Joshua 

John 

Geo : 

Wm: 

Jerem : 

Alice 

John 

Wm: 

Mary 

Tho; 

Ben: 

Joseph 

Margar : 

John 

Sam: 

Tho: 

Mary 

Elias 

Sam : 

John 

John 

Joseph 

Robt: 
V Elizab : 
■^ Ellis 

Michael 

Sarah 

Rich: 

Wm: 

Elizab : 

Elizab : 

Wm: 

Timothy 

Grace 

Sarah 

Wm: 
Antho : 
Mary 



Father's Name. 



Abode. 



Rich : Rawson, Priest Thorpe, 

John Prockter, Pudsey, 

John Goodall, jun., Pudsey, 
Wm : Moss, Owle coates, 

Jerem : Grymshaw, Wrose Hill, 
John Hollingworth, Woodhall, 
Tho : Dufton, Pudsey, 

Wm : Riley, Pudsey, 

Antho : Alderson, Pudsey, 
Robt : Craven, Wrose, 

Christopher Rangdale, Idle Parke, 
Wm : Lambert, Apperley Lane, 

Tho : Hill, Windhill, 

Jerem : Drake, Pudsey, 

Tho : Hollingworth, Woodall, 
John Sargeson 



Henry Nettleton, 
John Raylton, 
James Railton, 
Tho : Preston, 
John Batty, 
James Milner, 
Joseph Manckland, 
Wm: Lepton, 
James Berrie, 
Micha : Goodall, 
Tho : Lacock, 
Geo: Birtch, 
Wm: Kellett, 
Tho: Jackson, 
John Bucke, 
Wm : Belhouse, 
Edw: 

Rich : Sargeson, 
John Howgate, 
John Brayshay, 
Antho : Slater, 
John Wilkinson 



Idle parke, 

Owle-coates, 

Stanningley, 

Stanningley, 

Idle Green, 

Windhill, 

Rodley, 

Parsley, 

Idle, 

Parsley, 

Calverley, 

Windhill, 

Idle, 

Stanningley, 

Idle, 

Pudsey 



Smith daughter's sonne. 
Idle, 

Calverley, 
Wadlands, 
Windhill, 
Pudsey, 



Date. 

1666. 

April 7 
8 
17 
18 
23 
26 
29 
29 
29 

May 13 
20 
20 
20 
24 
24 
27 
29 
29 
29 

June 3 
10 
17 
30 

July 4 
15 
15 
22 
29 
August 5 
12 
31 
September 3 
-9 
9 
12 
19 
19 
23 



I 





BAPTISMS. 


83 


Child's Name. Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 








1666. 


Helenah 


Wm : Flather, 


Farsley, September 26 


John 


Tho : Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Jane 


Tho : Norton, 


Calverley, 


October 11 


John 


John Lee, 


Pudsey, 


18 


Ann 


John Scaiffe, 


Idle, November 3 


Henry 


John Haw, 


Pudsey, 


9 


Ann 


Peter Hawksby, 


Stanningley, 


15 


Jonathan 


John Walker, 


Bowlton, 


18 


Hannah 


Rich: Feather, 


Stanningley, 


18 


Joshua 


Will: Hey, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Mary 


Robt : Squire, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Sarah 


Wm : Jackson, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Ann 


Sam : Drake, 


Idle, 


25 


Elizab : 


Tho : Fairbanke, 


Farsley, ] 


December 9 


Alice 


Rich : Suggden, 


Tyresall, 


10 


Alice 


Daniel Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


30 


John 


John Mershall, 


Stanniugley, 


March 6 


Sarah 


John Booth, 


Idle, 


20 


Ann 


John Wajd, 


Pudsey, 


27 


Thomas 


Sam : Smith, 


Pudsev, 


February 3 


John 


John Holling worth 


, Woodall, 


7 


Ann 


Francis Harrison, 


Windhill, 


10 


Tho: 


John Dracup, 


Idle green. 


17 


Wm: 


John Tydswell, 


Windhill, 


19 


Sam : 


Wm : Stables, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Elizab : 


Humphrey Hutchinson, 


21 


John 


Johnes* Jewitt, 


Idle, 


24 


Mary 


Matthew Foster, 


Idle, 


March 2 


Elizab: 


Edw : Mackerith, 


Idle, 


2 


Esther 


Wm : Swayne, 


Idle Parke, 


2 


Sarah 


Jerem : Watterworth, Rodley, 


10 


rTho : 


Fletcher, Tho : Butterfield,^ 




< Jo : Guelder, Tho: Slater, 


> Churchwardens. 


(_John 


Hey, Ric : Sympson, j 










1667. 


Mary 


Ann Hall, basely begott, 


April 2 


Mary 


Robt : Howgate, 




4 



Jonas. 



84 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 

Mary 

Ann 

Tho: 

Ann 

{?am : 

Edw: 

James 

Tho: 

AVm : 

Hannah 

Mary 

Martha 

Ann 

Grace 

Hannah 

Will : 

Joshua 

Ann 

Mary 

Jonas 

John 

Sarah 

EUiner 

Frances 

Rich: 

Mary 

Caleb 

Sam : 

Mary 

John 

Joshua 

Mary 

Mary 

Jaine 

Richard 

Wm: 

Wm: 



Father's Name. 



Abode. 



John Pomfret, Idle, 

Simeon Bell, Bowlton, 

Christopher Whitlow, Pudsey, 



Wm : Kitching, 
John Wilson, 
Christopher Lang, 
John Goodall, 
Tho : Brooke, 
James Hartley, 
Ann Stanley, 
Wm : Coates, 
Abra : Hainworth, 
Joshua Rawson, 
Jerem: Grymshaw, 
Tho: Archer, 



Calverley, 

Idle Green, 

Idle, 

Pudsey, 

Bagley, 

Idle, 

Parsley, 

Calverley, 

Pudsey, 

Woodall, 

Wrose, 

Wilgreave, 



John Oggden of the Carr-beck, 
John Franklin, Rodley, 
Robt: Press, Pudsey, 

Robt : Lumby, Pudsey, 

James Stables, Scoleborough' 

Wm : Wilson, Pudsey, 

Henry Tayler, Idle parke, 

Rich : Gott, Idle, 

Wm : Smith, Bowlton, 

Rich : Aske, Rodley, 

Wm : Paslew, Idle, 

Sampson Bawmforth, Wrose, 
Wm : Myars, Idle, 

John Watterhouse, jun., 
Tho : Harper, 
Sam : Bellas, 
Edw : Wilkinson, 
John Oggden, 
Francis Bake, 
Rich : Lee, 
Henry Tod, 
Geo : Lee, 



Bowlton, 
Pudsey, 
Idle, 
Idle, 
Bagley, 
Black Hey, 
Idle, 
Owle-coates, November 6 



Date. 
1667. 
April 7 
7 
11 
14 
28 
May 5 
16 
17 
19 
22 
28 
June 2 
12 
13 
16 
23 
30 
3.0 
30 
July 10 
24 
28 
August 11 
14 
18 
18 
25 
September 5 
14 
18 
30 
October 2 
13 
13 
20 
26 



Scholeborough, a few farm houses in the lordship of Tong. 



BAPTISMS. 



85 



Child's Name. 

Wm: 

Tho : 

Henry 

James 

Rebeceah 

Sam : 

Francis, 

Wm: 

Sarah 

Martha 

Sam:* 

Wm: 

Mary 

Wm: 

James 

Elizab : 

Hannah 

John 

Jerem : 

James 

Sam : 

Hannah 

Alice 

Mary, r. d. 

Tristram 

Mercy 

John, b. s. 

Mary 

John 

Sarah 

Esther 

Ann 



Father's Name. Abode. Date 

1667. 

Robt : Sugden, Tyresall, November 6 

Wm : Hartley, Idle parke, 9 

Robt : Hare, Idle, 9 

Tho : Beane, Pudsey, 10 

John Lee, Black Hey, 19 

Timothy Farrer, Thorpe, 23 

Francis Walker, Pudsey, 27 

Geo : Flather, Stauningley, December 4 

Daniel Gaunt, Pudsey, 4 

John Carter, Baggley, 22 

Wm : Waller, Idle, 27 

Tho : Fenton, Pudsey, 27 

Rich : Gaunt, Pudsey Hugh, 27 

Antho: Mason, Rodley, January 1 

James Gaunt, Pudsev, 1 

Tho : Hollingworth, Woodall, 4 

John Turner, Stanniugley, 12 

James Roades, Calverley, 30 

John Vickers, jun., Idle Parke, February 3 



John Batty, 
Wm : Moss, 
Wm : Robinson, 
Sam : Calvert, 
Timothy Farrer, 
John Lobley, 
John Slater, 
Judeth Broadley, 
Wm : Stables, 
John Holin worth, 
John Dawson, 
John Butler, 
Sam : Pollard, 

( Edw : Allanbridge, Ric : Gaunt, ~i 

< Jere : Flather, John Bucke, > Churchwardens. 

(Wm: Wilson, John Midgley,3 

* One Rev. Samuel Waller was Vicar of Whitgift, 1608, and Incum 
bent of Snaith, li^lO.— Priory and Peculiar of Snaith. by the Rev. C. 
B.Robinson, 1861, p. 87. 



Wrose, 


5 


Owle Coates, 


7 


Coate, 


9 


Idle Parke, 


4» 1 

March 4 * 


Idle, 


Idle Parke, 


Idle, 


4 




U 


Pudsey, 


11 


Woodall, 


19 


Idle Thorpe, 


23 


Idle Thorpe, 


23 


Idle, 


26 



86 


BAPTISMS. 






Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1668. 


Immanuel 


John Hodgson, 


Bowlton, 


April 3 


Mary 


Tho : Ledgerd, 


Idle, 


3 


Jonathan 


Wm : Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


8 


Mary 


Humphry Hutchinson, 


8 


Ann 


Sam : Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


8 


Sarah 


John Wilkinson, 


Pudsey, 


8 


John 


John Cordingley, of the Holme, 


8 


Jaine 


Tho : Jackson, 


Stanningley, 


23 


Hannah 


Sam : Ward, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Kuth 


Jeremiah Crabtree, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Tho: 


Tho : Hollingworth, 


, Woodall, 


May? 


Mary 


Tho: Baines, 


WiudhiU, 


10 


Matthew 


Rich : Sugden, 


Tyresall, 


12 


Grace 


Eich : Croysdall, 


Idle, 


14 


Mary 


John Lee, 


Pudsey, 


20 


George 


James Booth, 


Windhill, 


24 


Sarah 


Geo : Booth, 


Idle Green, 


24 


Abra ; 


Abra : Turner, 


Parsley, 


31 


Christopher 


Henry Nettleton, 


Owle Coates, 


June 10 


Eich: 


John Wilkinson, 


Idle, 


14 


Martha 


Wm : Mershall, 


Bowlton, 


14 


John 


John Hey,* 


Pudsey, 


22 


Joseph 


Eich : Sympson, 


Idle, 


23 


Hannah 


John Wilson, jun., 


Pudsey, 


23 


Wm: 


Wm : BrooksbankCj 


, Parsley, 


Julys 


Mary 


AYm : Kellett, 


Idle, 


9 


Joseph 


Timothy Elsworth, 


Tyresall, 


12 


Tho: 


Wm : Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


22 



* Hey. Further notes from the Bradford Registers. 
Marriage. 
1701, May 29, Jonas Rusforth and Eleanor Hey, of Howarth. 

Burials. 
1641, May 15, Richard, son of Wm. Hey, of Bradford, qiiishin dresser. 
1644, July 10, William, son of Wm. Hey, Ecclesfield, (Eccleshill.) 
1619, Dec. 31, Thomas Hey, :\I.A., Bradford. 

1650, June 5, Thomas, son of Thomas Hey, Eccleshill. 

1651, Oct 29, John, son of William Hey, Bradford. 
1655, Dec. 22. William Hey. Bradford. Bailiff. 
1695. Dec. 9. John Hey. Calverlcy. 

172S-9, Jan. 28, Mr. John Hey. of Pudsey, 





BAPTISMS. 


87 


Child's Name, 


Father's Name. 


Abode. Date. 
1668. 


Mary 


Rich : Thornton, 


Apperley Bridge, July 29 


Mary 


Tho : Goodall, 


Pudsey, ' 29 


Ann 


Henry Foster, 


Carr Becke, 30 


Hannah 


Joshua Lumby, 


Pudsey, August 1 


Stephen 


Stephen Stoute, 


Owle Coates, 26 


Daniel 


John Gaunt, 


Pudsey, junr., 26 


Elizabeth 


Michael Riley, 


Pudsey, junr., 30 


Samuel 


Wm : Bellhouse, 


Pudsey, September 2 


Mary 


Tho : Sands, 


Bowlton, 2 


Wm: 


Andrew Hare, 


Rodley, 6 


Mary 


John Stephenson, 


Parsley, 6 


Mary 


Wm : Hain worth, 


The Coate, 16 


Mary 


Tho : Baukes, 


Stanningley, 1 7 


James 


James Onyon, 


Wrose, 20 


Joseph 


John Stead, 


Idle, October 7 


Wm: 


Robt : Denby, 


Windhill, 15 


Christopher 


Sam : Ward, 


Pudsey, 18 


Joseph 


Joseph Armitage, 


Idle Parke, 18 


James 


Matthew Beeston, 


Idle, 18 


Sarah 


Sam: Hobson, 


Idle Green, 18 


Ephraim 


Wm : Barhouse, 


31 


Hannah 


Edw : Scott, 


Pudsey, November 17 


Tho: 


John Howgate, 


Calverley, 19 


Mary 


John Roberts, of the Mill, 22 


Wm: 


Wm : Ward, 


Pudsey, 29 


Sarah 


Wm : Jenkinsou, 


Pudsey, December 17 


Joseph 


James Railton, 


20 


Martha 


Peter Hawksby, 


Pudsey, 26 


Sarah 


Nicol : Johnson, 


Calverley, January 1 


Michael 


John Fenton, jun., 


Pudsey, 1 


Rich: 


Wm: Sugden, 


Willgreave, 27 


Wm: 


Rich : Rawson,* 


Priest Thorpe, 29 


John 


John Wayd, 


Pudsey, 31 


Wm: 


Geo : Hudson, 


Pudsey, February 9 


John 


Tho : Hutchinson, 


Pudsey, 9 


Mary 


Wm : Lumby, 


Pudsey, 17 



* Buried at Bradford. 14, Jan. 1717- 
the parish of Calverley. 



John Eawson, of Farsley. in 



88 


BAPTISMS 


'. 




Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 

1668. 


Martha 


Tho : Tayler, 


Pudsey, February 17 


David 


Wm : Denby, 


Windhill, 


March 1 


Wm: 


John Mershall, 


Stanningley, 


20 


Isaac 


Rich : Gott, 


Idle, 


21 


Wm: 


Francis Bake, 


Stanningley, 


21 


Tho: 


Wm : Belhouse, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Mary 


Tho : Lacocke, 


Calverley, 


21 


Edw: 


Mr. Edw : Hinchcliffe, Pudsey, 


24 


C Henry ' 


Haist, Stephen 1 


Stout, ) 




< Andrew Smith, Tho : Ledgard, V Churchwardens. 


( Tho : Hutchinson, Wm : Farrer, ) 










1669. 


Susan : 


John Hare, 


Calverley, 


March 28 


Mary 


Christopher Lang, 


Idle, 


April 4 


Joshua 


Jeremiah Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


12 


Elizabeth 


Wm : Hall, 


Stanningley, 


12 


Martha 


Joshua Rawson, 


Woodall, 


14 


Elizabeth 


Sam : Smith, 




15 


Esther 


Wm : Jackson, 


Pudsey, 


25 


John 


John Dodgson, 


Pudsey, 


28 


Wm: 


Wm : Hollingworth, Pudsey, 


28 


Sam : 


Wm : Pollard, 


Idle, 


30 


Wm: 


Wm : Lepton, 


Pudsey, 


May 5 


[Tho: 


Thomas Turner, 


Stanningley, 


5]* 


Jonathan 


Jonathan Gaunt, 




5 


Wm: 


John Rogers, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Mary 


Tho : Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Elizabeth 


James Hobson, 


Idle, 


6 


Mary 


John Dufton, 


Pudsey, 


8 


Jaine 


Sam : Kitching, 


Calverley, 


8 


Patience 


Sam : Crabtree, 


Stanningley, 


8 


Wm: 


Wm : Coates, 


Calverley, 


12 


Sarah 


Joshua Broadley, 


Bagley, 


16 


Wm: 


John Prockter, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Elizabeth 


AYm : Turner, 


Parsley, 


31 


Pheebe 


Michael Riley, 


Pudsey, 


June 6 


Mary 


Edw : Wood, 

* Inserted 


Pudsey, 


a 





BAPTISMS. 


89 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1669. 


Abraham 


Sam : Hogg, 


Wrose, 


June 13 


Mercy 


Anthony Parkinson, Idle, 


23 


Sarah 


Wm : Kitchiug, 


Calverley, 


17 


Elizabeth 


Tho: Roades, 


Pudsey, 


27 


John 


John Booth, 


Idle, 


Julys 


Mary 


Gilbert Stead, 


Idle, 


3 


Tempest 


Wm : Liegh, 


Black Hey, 


11 


Sam : 


Sam : Wayd. 


Parsley, 


11 


Wm: 


Tho: Raistrick, 


Idle, 


18 


Beatrix 


John Oggden, 


Idle, 


25 


Saml: 


John Myars, 


Idle, 


August 1 


Tho: 


John Wrigglesworth, 


4 


Samuel 


Christopher Whitlow, Pudsey, 


4 


Abraham 


Wm : Harrison, 


Idle, 


8 


Timothy 


John Lobley, 




11 


Tho: 


Wm : Hey, 


Pudsey, 


22 


Hannah 


Rich : Gaunt, 


Pudsey Hugh, 


September 6 


Henry 


Robt : Craven, 


Wrose, 


13 


Grace 


Rich : Sugden, 


Tyresall, 


October 6 


John 


John Pomfrett, 


Idle, 


10 


Henry 


Tho : Slater, 


Wrose, 


13 


John 


John Haw, 


Pudsey, 


31 


Mary 


Wm : Robinson, 


of the Coate, 


31 


Sarah 


Sam : Marshall, 




November 3 


Joshua 


John Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


14 


Alice 


Tho : Hollingworth, Woodall, 


17 


Joseph 


Wm : Waller, 


Idle, 


20 


Tho: 


Tho : Dufton, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Susan : 


Wm : Preston, 


Idle, 


21 


Edw: 


John Kitching, 


Greengates, 


December 2 


VVm: 


Wm : Myars, 


Idle, 


5 


Mercy 


Matthew Beeston 


, Idle, 


5 


George 


George Liegh, 


Owle Coatcj 


5, 9 


Tobias 


Wm : Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


9 


Frances, 


Wm : Smith, 


Bowlton, 


18 


Moses 


Tho : Butterfield, 


Pudsey, 


20 


Sam : 


Sam : Stables, 


Pudsey, 


20 


Elizabeth 


Richard Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


26 



90 


BAPTISMS, 






Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1669. 


Tho: 


Edw : Wilkinson, 


Idle, December 27 


Sarah 


Nicol : Kitching, 


Rodley, 


27 


Ann 


Wm : Belhonse, 


Pudsey, 


January 12 


Sarah 


Abra : Turner, 


Farslev, 


16 


Margery 


Edw : Mackereth, 


Idle, " 


19 


Timothy 


Jonathan Tasker, 


Windhill, 


24 


Mary 


Bernard Dawson, 


Apperley Bridge, 27 


Judeth 


Sam : Gaunt, 




February 3 


John 


Robt: Denby, 


Windhill, 


3 


John 


Japhet Atkinson, 


Pudsey, 


3 


Mary 


Robt: Press, 


Pudsey, 


3 


Jonathan 


John Watterhouse, 


Idle, 


6 


Hannah 


John Walker, 


Bowlton, 


6 


Lydia 


John Slater, 


Wrose, 


17 


Susan : 


Sam : Drake, 


Idle Parke, 


20 


Tho: 


Wm : Crabtree, 


Pudsey, 


23 


John 


Tho : Tayler, 


Pudsey, 


23 


Wm: 


Peter Hawksby, 


Pudsey, 


March 2 


Elizabeth 


Rich : Lobley, 


Pudsey, 


2 


James 


Joshua Dickenson, 


Windhill, 


8 


Mary 


John Hollingwortt 


I, 


8 


Mary 


Andrew Hare, 


Rodley, 


U 


Mary 


James Booth, 


Thorpe, 


17 


Joshua 


John Oxener,** 


Parsley, 


20 


Tho: 


James Onyon, 


Wrose, 


20 
1670. 


Esther 


Daniel Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


March 26 


Henry 


John Todd, 


Idle, 


27 


Alice 


Sam: Tennant, 


Calverley, 


April 3 


Mary 


Robt : Hare, 


Idle, 


9 


Sam: 


Wm : Calvert, 


Idle, 


10 


Issabell 


Wm : Denby, 


Windhill, 


12 


Sarah 


Jos: Denbv, 


Windhill, 


12 


Tho : 


Tho : Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


16 


James 


James Booth, 


Idle Green, 


17 


Robt : 


Robt : Sugden, 


Tyresall, 


29 


Wm: 


James Booth, 


Windhill, 


May 5 


Mary 


AVm : Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


S 



Oxnard. 



Child's Name. 


BAPTISMS 
Father's Name. 


Abode. 


91 

Date 
1670. 


Mary 


Tho : Bloomer, 


Windhill, 


May 19 


Sarah 


Tho: Thornton, 


Idle, 


22 


Tho: 


Tho : Fenton, 




23 


Hannah 


Stephen Harper, 




23 


Grace 


Edw : Williamson, 


Idle, 


28 


Mary 


John Turton, 


Pudsey, 


2^ 


Martha 


Sam : Nettleton, 


Owle Coates, 


29 


Jonas 


Timothy Elsworth, 


Tyresall, 


June 1 


Mary 


Wm : Jenkinson, 


Pudsey, 


7 


John 


Wm : Moss, of the Owle Coates, 


30 


Sarah 


Sam : Turton, 


Pudsey, 


July 10 


Ann 


Tho : Ledgard, 


Idle, 


13 


]\Iary 


Wm : Foster, 


Idle, 


13 


George 


Geo : Flather, 


Stanningley, 


20 


Joseph 


Jere : Watter worth 


, Calverley, 


25 


Mary 


Wm : Bake, 


Farsley, 


27 


Tho: 


Tristram Hare, 


Wilgreave, 


31 


Wm: 


Rich : Wayd, 


Bagley, 


August 10- 


Mercy 


Henry Foster, 


Calverley, 


14 


Mercy 


Hmnphrey Hutchinson, Pudsey, 


21 


Elizabeth 


Robt : Watkinson, 


Pudsey, 


21 


John 


John Hargreaves, 


Calverley, 


27 


Elizabeth, 


Henry Nettleton, 


Owle Coates, September 1 


Hannah 


Geo: Skirrow, 


Wrose, 


October 9 


Mary 


Henry Tayler, 


Idle, 


2 


David 


John Bucke, 


Idle, 


1.9 


Wm : 


Wm : Flather, 


Calverley, 


19 


Tho: 


Tho : Baynes, 


Windhill, 


23 


Samuel 


Samuel Smith, 


Farsley, September 14 


Euth 


Daniel Farrer, 


Pudsey, November 9 


Abraham 


John Stead, 


Idle, 


18 


Elizabeth 


Wm : Hain worth, ^ 


of the Coates, 


28 


Jeremiah 


Joshua Lumby, 


Pudsey, December 16 


Mary 


John Gibson, 


Pudsey, 


16 


Rich : 


John Liegh, 


Tyresall, 


25 


Margaret 


Wm : Thompson, 


Stone Stile, 


25 


Henry 


Henry Close, of White Coate Mill 


, January 4 


Mary 


Robt: Armitage, of Further Close Banke,"^!! 



92 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name, Father's Name. Abode. Date. 

1670. 

Wm : John Roberts, of the Mill, January 29 

John Mr. John Stanhope,* Eccleshill, 29 
John Humphrey Mnsgrave, Idle Parke, February 3 

Ellin John Lobley, Idle Parke, 3 

John Wm : Harper, Calverley, 4 

John John Dawson, Idle, 12 

Tho : Geo : Hudson, Pudsey, 15 

Wm : John Liegh, Pudsey, 25 

James Robt: Lumby, Pudsey, 26 

Sarah Joseph Armitage, Idle Parke, 26 

Mary Abraham Hutchinson, Pudsey, 26 

Wm : John Wayd, Pudsey, March 5 

Dorothy Edw : Mackerith, Idle, 15 

James John Stephenson, Parsley, 19 

( Sam : Mosse, Wm : Lepton 

-? Robt : Snowden, 

( John Wilson, 



John Lobley, } Churchwardens. 

Robt : Carrocke, 

1671. 

Joseph Joseph Wade, Parsley, March 25 

Isaac Rich : Ward, Pudsey, 26 

Elizabeth Bernard Dawson, Apperley Bridge, 26 

Will : Martin Wilson, April 2 

Will : Will : Liegh, Pudsey, 13 

* The will of Walter Stanhope, of Horsforth, Gentleman, is dated 
19, May, IGGO. To every child of his three sons, John. Walter, and 
Richard, who should be surviving 12 years after his death, he leaves 
£5, and to every child of his daughters Dorothy and Jane, surviving 
1^ years, £5. To his great-grandchild, Edward Stanhope, son of 
Edward, at the end of 1| years after testator's death, £o. John Stan- 
hope, of Gray's Inn, his eldest grandchild, sole executor, to whom is 
bequeathed the rest of the goods, chattels, personal estate, &c. Wit- 
nesses, Wm. Hudson, John Biikhead. Richard Woodworth. 

The will of John Stanhope, of Horsforth, Esq., is dated July 1674. 
To his daughter Mary, he leaves all the lands etc., which he holds of 
Mr. Peter Sunderland, by lease, unless John Stanhope, his eldest son, 
pay her £100 for them. To Mary Hawke, his servant, 40s., to every 
other of his hired servants, .os., to Mary Fletcher, his apprentice, lOs., 
to Richard Jackson, and Thomas Martin, each 10s. One half the 
proceeds of goods to son Francis, one half thereof pay the debts of 
his brother Edward, deceased ; the other half to eldest son John and 
daughter Mary. John, Francis, and Mary, executors. No witnesses 
mentioned. 





BAPTISMS, 




93 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date 
1671. 


Samuel 


John Dodgson, 


Pudsey, 


April 21 


John & Will 


: Edw: Scot, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Sarah 


John Fenton, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Mary 


Stephen Harper, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Andrew 


John Hollingworth 


, Woodall, 


25 


Sarah 


Edw : Wilkinson, 




25 


Ruth, a bastard, b. b. Frances Greene, 


25 


John 


Cuthbert Liegh, 


Pudsey, 


May 1 


Sarah 


John Dighton, 


Pudsey, 


1 


Sarah 


Richard Feather, 


Stanningley, 


6 


Mary 


Simon Bell, 


Bowlton, 


7 


Jonathan 


John Hodgson, 


Bowl ton. 


10 


Alice 


Saml : Hogg, 


Wrose-banke, 


28 


Mary 


John Howgate, 


Calverley, 


31 


Joshua 


Francis Boococke, 


Pudsey, 


Junel 


John 


John Turner, 


Stanningley, 


1 


David 


Samson Balme, 


Windhill, 


11 


Sarah 


Joshua Rawson, 


Woodall, 


14 


Ann 


Wm : Atkinson, 


Apperley Bridge, 22 


Mary 


Edw: Liegh, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Mary 


Isaac Walker, 


Calverley, 


July 2 


Dorothy 


Jeremiah Crabtree, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Hannah 


Samuel Warde, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Ann 


James Snawden, 


Wadlands, 


11 


Mary 


Stephen Stoute, 


Owle-coates, 


12 


Tho: 


Thomas Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


15 


James 


Wm : Deacon, 


Idle, 


16 


Joseph 


John Hey, 


Pudsey, 


23 


Wm: 


John Sympson, 


Idle, 


30 


Joshua 


Isaac Murgatroyde, 




August 6 


John 


John Booth, 


Idle, 


26 


Christopher , 


Christopher Lang, 


Wrose Hill, 


27 


Peter 


Michael Ryley, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Sarah 


Jer : Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Joseph 


Jonathan Gaunt, Owle Coates, September 10 


Sarah 


Tho : Sands, 


Bowlton, 


U 


Joshua 


John Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


27 



94 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 

Ellen 

Edward 

Abraham 

Joseph 

Mary 

Ellen 

James 

Robert 

Ann 

Wm: 

Mary 

Wm: 

Ann 

Richard 

John 

Grace 

Lydia 

James 

Jaine 

Mary 

Wm: 

John 

Hannah 

Wm: 

John r. s. 



Father's Name. 

Richard Gaunt, 
Edw : Wood, 



Abode. 



Pudsey, 
Pudsey, 



Date. 
1671. 
September 27 
October 1 



Wm : Hollingworth, Stauningley, 



Tho: Harper, 

Wm : Rawson, 

Sam: Wayde, 

James Booth, 

Robert Craven, 

Jeremiah Flather, 

William Kitching, 

Jonathan Tasker, 

Wm : Culling worth, Windhill, 

Robert Howgate, 

Henry Pollard, 

John Jowett, 

John Chapman, 

John Lobley, 

Tho : Curtaine, 

Tristram Hare, 

Henry Tod, 

John Hare, 

Stephen Wainwright, Tyresal 

John Denby, Windhill, 

Edw : Smith, White Coate, February 8 

Tho : Eastburne, b. b. Mary Fletcher, 

both of Calverley, 9 

Hannah Sam : Stables,* Pudsey, 10^^ 

* John Stable, of Horsforth, wheelwright, by his will dated 11 " "^ 
Nov., lt)52, left to his son John S., half of messuage, tenement, and 
farm where he dwelt, and half of all his other lands and tenements, 
the other half being left to his wife Bridget, in case she married not. 
The will mentions four sons, John, James, Joseph, and Jonas ; and 6 
daughters, Bridget, Isabel, and Jane 3., all under 21, Alice Clarkson, 
Hester Snawden, and Ann Brookes, married. Wife Bridget and son 
John, executors. Witnesses, John Stanhope, William Nichols, and 
Samuel Midgley. 

Bridget Stable, of Horsforth, made her will 22 April, 16G.3. By it 
she bequeaths to Jonas S., her youngest son, £30, to be paid to him 
at the death of " old Hall wife," which is owing by Mr. John Stan- 
hopp. To John S.. her eldest son, 10s. To Joseph S., her son, 40s., 
To Jane Clarkson, John Stable, Bridget S., and Bridget Broodley. her 



Bowl ton, 
Bowl ton, 
Farslev, 
Idle Thorpe, 
Wrose, 
Farslej^ 
Calverley, 
Windhill, 



Tong, 

Idle, 

Pudsey, 

Idle, 

Pudsey, 

Idle, 
Calverley, 



4 
11 
14 
15 

20 
25 
23 
29 

31 

November 5 

8 

15 

17 

December 2 

26 

27 

January 14 

14 

15 

21 

26 



BAPTISMS. 



95 



Child's Name. 

Mercy 

Robt: 

Wm: 

Anne 

Thomus 

Joseph 

Joseph 

John 

Martha 



Father's Name. 

Sam : Bel house, 
Tho : Fisher, 
Wm : Turner, 
Richard Rawson, 
John Musofrave, 
William Child, 
John Millner,* 
Francis Bake, 
Wm : Ogden, 



Abode. Date. 

1671. 

Pudsey, February 1 1 

Pudsey, 1 1 

25 

25 

28 

March 2 



John Oggden, 
Tho : Butterfield, 



Stanningley, 

Pudsey, 

Pudsey, 

Stanningley, 

Idle, 

Idle, 
Pudsey, 
Windhill Crasra', 



Idle Thorpe, 



Frances 
John 

Mary Robert Longstow, 

Joseph & Benjamin, Wm : Bucke, 
j Ric : Gill, Tho : Syzer, 

I Sam : Wayde, Wm : Dawson, 
( Ric : Farrer, Tho : Harper 

Jonathan Samuel Nettleton, Pndsey, 

Wm : Thomas Hutchinson, Pudsey, 

Mary Thomas Tayler, Pudsey, 

Edmund Edward Allanbridge,f 



24 

24 

1672. 

March 31 

April 1 



iJ^A 



Churchwardens. 



April 23 

Mayi 

1 

5 



grandchildren, each 10s. Her four daughters Alice Clarkson, Easter 
Snawden, Anne Brooksbanke, and Jane Broodley, to have all her 
wearing apparell, and linen. Sons Jonas and Joseph executors. 
Witnesses, Jno. Simpson, Jno. Clarkson. 

* Richard Milner, of Leeds, gent., rtiade his will 12 April, 1658. By 
it he bequeathed to William Milner, his son and heir-apparent, and 
to his heirs and assigns, lands in Beeston, Sheepscarr-bridge, in Leeds 
main-riding. After debts, Sec, to Joseph M., second son, £800. To 
Joseph, Alice, Phebe. and Ruth Milner, his grandchildren, the children 
of William his son, each £20. To Mr. William Stiles, minister of the 
old church in Leeds, 20s. To William Milner, his son, Wm. Whitley, 
and Ralph Askwith, £40 in trust for 20 of the most godliest and pious 
clothiers that are fallen into decay within the township and parish of 
Leeds. All the rest of his belongings to Wm. M. and Timothie M., 
his youngest son. William sole exr. Withesses, William Whitley, 
Thos. Atkinson, John Barker. 

f Allanhridge. John A ., of Calverley, Clarke, by his will (1563) 
" seike of bodie and holle perfitte of mynd," gave to the parish church 
••one vestyment with all thyugs belonging to the same oi reid clothe 
of Fusshau wrought with gold." •• To the three townships of Calver- 



v^ 



96 


BAPTISMS 






Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1672. 


Sarah 


Wm: Harrison, 


Idle, 


May 5 


Will: 


Wm : Lumby, 


Pudsey, 


15 


Richard 


Wm : Hey, 


Pudsey, 


16 


Joseph 


Wm : Belhouse, 


Pudsey, 


16 


John 


John Rogers, 


Pudsey, 


16 


Hannah 


Wm : Jenkinson, 


Pudsey, 


16 


Alice 


Wm: Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


June 2 


Grace 


Rich : Gyll, 


Stone Style 


', 6 


John 


Wm : Robinson, 


Parsley, 


16 


Elizabeth 


Edw : Wayde, 


Baggley, 


19 


Ellen 


Tho : Armitedge, 


Windhill, 


23 


Sarah 


James Harrison, 


Idle, 


Julys 


John 


John Strickland, 


Rodley, 


27 


Mary 


James Snawden, 


Wadlands, 


August 1 


Benjamin 


William Waller, 




3 


Nathaniel 


John Gaunt, 




7 


Joseph 


Richard Suggden, 




23 


George 


Thomas Goodall, 




September 1 


Wm: 


James Booth, 


Idle, 


7 


Wm: 


Michael Goodall, 


Parsley, 


10 


James 


James Booth, 


Windhill, 


14 


Samuel 


Samuel Marshall,*' 


Idle, 


18 


Sarah 


Wm : Myars, 


Idle, 


18 


Richard 


Wm : Lepton, 


Pudsey, 


24 


ley (Calverley, 


Pudsey, and Idle) xxxs. William i 


yianbridge, of 



Pudsey, one read cow. To John Allanbridge, of Idle, xxs., &c." 

* Thomas Marshall, of Guiseley, yeoman, made his will 18 Oct., 
1650, and it was proved at York. He wishes to be buried at Guiseley, 
mentions Anne, his wife ; his father, Christopher ; and two sons, John 
and Christopher. Anne, his wife is appointed sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses, Thos. Cave and Tho. Hudson. 

Saml. Marshall, of Eshould (Esholt) made his will (noncup.)2 Oct. 
1671. By it he bequeaths to Samuel Marshall, his eldest son, his 
ancient lands in Nether Yeadon, he paying to his sisters Grace and 
Alice Marshall, each £20. To Jeremy Marshall, his second son, 
Thomas Robinson's farm in nether Yeadon, "after the death, of my 
wife," paying to each of his sisters £20. To Edward Marshall, 
youngest son, after the death of his mother, five closes of land called 
Guiseley Becks, in the occupation of Robert Marshall. To Mercy and 
Sarah Ovcrend, daughters of Timothy Overend, each 50s. Son Saml. 
and wife Sarah, executors. Witnesses, Wm : Marshall, Jos. Marshall. 



BAPTISMS. 97 

Child's Name. Father's Name. Abode. Date. 

1G72. 
Ann Peter Pickersgill, Pudsey, September 30 

Hannah Plenry Tayler, Idle, October 6 

Mary & Martha Tho : Holliugworth, Woodall, I K 

Ellen Robt:Hare, Idle Thorpe, 11 

Elizabeth Samuel Kitching, Calverley, 16 

Martha Abra : Hutchinson, Pudsey, 20 

John Sam : Tennant, Calverley, 27 

Sarah* John Stanhopp, Esq., Eccleshell, November 4 

* Stanhope. Notes from the Bradford Parish Registers, 
Baptisms. 

1637-8 Jan. 2, Mary, d. of Mr. Stanhopp, of Eccleshill. 
1640 Aug. 5, Richard, s. of Richard Stanhopp, Eccleshill. 
1650 June 22, Richard, s. of Richard Stanhope, Gentlemen. 
1651-2 Jan. i, Walter, s. of Richard Stanhope, of Eccleshill. 
1652-3 Mar. 21, Susanna, d. of Mr. Ric. Stanhope, Eckleshill. 
1655 May 16, Sara, d. of Mr. Richard Stanhope, Eccleshill. 
1657-8 Feb. 1, Edward, s. of Richard Stanhope, of Eccleshill, gent., 
1666-7 Feb. 4, Ann, d. of Mr. John Stanhope, of Eccleshill. 
1669 April 11, Susanna, d. of John Stanhope, Eccleshill. gent. 
1670-1 Jan. 29, John, s. of Richard Stanhope, of Eccleshill, gent. 
1675 June 2, John, s. of Mr. John Stanhope, of Eccleshill. 
1678-9 Jan. 2, Richard, s. of Mr. John Stanhope, of Eccleshill. 
1706 Sept. 11, Richard, son of Mr. Richard Stanhope, of Bradford. 
1713 June 14, Nathan, son of John Stanhope, Tanner, of Heaton. 
1717 Aug. 23, John, s. of John Stanhope, of Chellay, Tanner. 
1727 Oct. 9, Mary, d. of Mr. Richard Stanhope, of Maaningham. 

Marriages. 

1612 July 27, Thos. Ledgerd and Mary Stanhope. 
1712 May 29, John Stanhope and Mary Hollings, of Allerton. 
1755-6 Feb. 5, Geo. Atkinson and Miss Mary Stanhope, of Manning- 
ham. 

Burials. 

1617-8 Jan. 22, Widdow Stannop, of Eckilshell, buried at Calverley, 

in ecclesia. 
1637. Mar. 19, Marie, d. Mr. Ric. Stanhope, in ecclesia. 
1658-9 Feb. 23, Sarah, d. Mr. Ric. Stanhope, Eccleshill. 
1659-60 Feb. 25, Richard Stanhope, Eccleshill, gent. 
1670-1 Jan. 31, John, s. Ric. Stanhope, Eccleshill, gent. 
1671 Feb. 26, Elizabeth, d. Mr. John Stanhope, Eccleshill. 
1673 Nov. 17, Sarah, d. Mr. John Stanhope. Eccleshill. 
1675-6 Feb. 10, Richard Stanhope, Eccleshill. 
1684 July 23, Walter Stanhope, Bolton. 
1684 Sept. 1, A child of Mr. John Stanhope. Eccleshill. 



98 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 



Father's Name. 



Abode. Date. 

1672. 
Idle, November 20 

IdleGreen, 24 

Stanningley, 24 

Baggley, December 1 



Francis Edw : Williamson, 

John Joseph Rycroft, 

Sarah Robert Broadlej, 

Elizabeth Richard Waide, 

Anne Will : Bake, 

Michaell George Hudson, 

Susannah John Sandall, 

Elizabeth Will : Sale, 

Henry William Atkinson, 

Isaac Chr : Whittlow, 

Nathaniel John Carter, 

Grace Sam : Crabtree, 

Moses Robt : Wattkinson, 

Mary Wm : Hall, 

Elizabeth Cuthbert Leigh, 

Johnf Joshua Rawson, 

Wm : Barnard Dawson, 

Henry John Oxner, 

{UanJc) Thomas Fenton, 

Mary Sam : Yickers, 

Elizabeth Joseph Mankland, 

1685 Nov. 6, Elizabeth, d. Mr. John Stanhope. EccleshilU 

1688-9 Mar. 12. Ann. d.'john Stanhope, Esq., Eccleshill. 

1694 Aug. 4, Mrs. Stanhope, Bolton. 

1703 May 9, Mr. Edward Stanhope, of Bolton in Calverley. 

1708 Nov. 11, Mary, wife of Mr. Richard Stanhope, of Bradford. 

1708-9 Feb. 6, Ann, d. of Mr. Eich. Stanhope, of Bradford. 

1710 Dec. 2, John Stanhope. Esq., of Eccleslaill. 

1714 Aug. 7, Nathan, s. of Mr. John Stanhope, Tanner, of Beaton. 

1734 June 2. Mrs. Margaret Stanhope, of Bradford. 

i736 May 16. Mr. Rich. Stanhope, of Bolton-in-Calverley. 

1V56-7 Feb. 2, Mr. Rich. Stanhope, of Bradford. 

Notes from Birstal. 
Baptisms. 

Jan. 17, Samuel, s. Walter Stanap, of Deer Marsh House. 
Nov. 27, Elizabeth d. of do. 

Ap. 20, Leah and Rachel, d. of Samuel Stanhope, of Drighling- 
ton. 

Marriage. 

Walter Stanap, of Tong, and Grace Fawley. 



Farsley, 


4 


Pudsey, 


19 


Idle, 


20 


Asholt, January 9 


Apperley Bridge, 


22 


Pudsey, 


26 


Bagley, 


30 


Stanningley, February 2 


Tyresall, 


9 


Stanningley, 


11 


Pudsey, 


12 


Woodall, 


13 


Apperley Bridge, 


13 


Farsley, 


15 


Pudsey, 


16 


Idle Parke, 


22 


Farsley Greene, 


23 



1713-' 

1715 

1740 



1713 



t John Kawson. of Farsley. buried at Bradford, 11, Jan. 1711 





BAPTISMS. 




99 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1672. 


Elizabeth 


Henry Close, White Coate, February 24 


James 


John Slater, 


Wrose, 


26 


Robert 


Joshua Denby, 


AYindhill, 


March 2 


Joseph 


John Wilkinson, 


Pudsey, 


2 


Grace 


George Flather, 


Stanningley, 


6 


Robert 


Robert Howgate, 


Calverley, 


9 


Mary 


Sam : Hobson, 


Idle Greene, 


9 


Martha 


Chr : Beomont, b. I 


Pudsey, > 






Sarah Thornton, 


9 


Mary 


Walter Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


20 


j Thomas Browne, Martin Dawson, ] 




< Wm : Robinson, Marke Hilhouse, > Churchwardens. 


( Tho : Milner, Cuthbert Lei 


gh. ) 










1673. 


John 


Tho : Eastburne, 


Farsley, 


March 31 


Mary 


Abra: Turner, 


Farsley, 


31 


Phebe r. d. 


Jeremiah 11 ling worth, ' ) 
b. b. Sarah Roades, Farsley, ) 






31 


James 


Wm : Calvert, 


Idle Parke, 


April 6 


[John 


Samuel Smith, of Farsley, bapt. per 




Mr. Jac : Sale, 




14] 


Tho: 


Timothy Hare, 


Calverley, 


9 


Tamar 


Samuel Turton, 


Pudsey, 


9 


Mary b. b. 


Susan Pollard, 


Idle, 


11 


Patience 


Will : Flather, 


Calverley, 


18 


Henry 


Joseph Wilson, 


Farsley, 


19 


Samuel 


Sam : Kitson, 


Idle Parke, 


May 4 


Phebe 


Japhet Atkinson, 


Pudsey, 


7. 


Mary 


John Dawson, 


Idle, 


11 


Samuel 


Samuel Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


25. 


William 


John Wilson, 


Pudsey, 


25 


Samuel 


William Ward, 


Pudsev, 


25. 


Damaris 


Geo : Thornton, 


Windhill, 


June 4. 


John 


John Walker, 


Bowlton, 


15 


Ann 


James Crabtree, 


Pudsey, 


IS- 


Jeremiah 


John Watterhouse, 


Idle, 


IS 


Mary 


John Jowett, 


Idle, 


18 


Anne 


John Marshall, 


Stanningley, 


July 6 



100 


BAPTISMS 


• 




Child's Name, 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1673. 


Sarah 


James Booth, 


Idle Thorpe, 


July 9 


Alice 


Timothy Farrer, 




9 


Abraham 


Tho : Thornton, 


Idle, 


12 


Cuthberfc, r. 


s. Robt : Leigh, b. b. 1 


1 Pudsey, 






Grace Chapman, i 


13 


John 


John Hall, 


Calverley, 


25 


Elizabeth 


Peter Hawksby, 


Pudsey, 


27 


Judith 


John Hey, 


Pudsey, 


August 8 


Wm: 


Wm : Jackson, 




18 


Rebeckah 


John Vickers, 


Thorpe, 


24 


Judith 


John Grave, 


Idle, 


27 


Thomas 


James Hobson, 


Idle, September 3 


John 


Robt : Burnell, 


Pudsey, 


7 


Mary 


John Bloomer, 


Wiudhill, 


7 


Samuel 


Samuel Hogg, 


AYindhill, 


21 


William 


Robt: Longstow, 


Windhill, 


21 


Abraham 


Stephen Stoute, 


Owle Coates, 


24 


Elizabeth 


Daniel Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


24 


Richard 


Richard Croysdall, 


Idle, 


October 1 


John 


Wm : Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


2 


James 


Wm : Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


5 


James 


Edward Wayde, 


Bagley, 


28 


Richard 


Richard Gaunt, 


Pudsey, November 5 


Hannah, r. ( 


d. Jos : Chapman b. b. 








Mary Croft, both of Pudsey, 


5 


Timothy 


Tim : Elsworth, 


• Tyresall, 


16 


Jane 


John Dawson, 


Calverley, 


16 


Rebeckah 


Tristram Hare, 


Will-greave, 


21 


Wm: 


Henry Foster, 


Calverley, 


23 


Ann 


John Chapman, 


Pudsey, 


24 


Joseph 


Joseph Husler, 


Farsley, 


29 


Bryan 


John Robarts, Calverley Mill, December 7 


Jeremiah 


Jeremiah Crabtree, 


Pudsey, 


10 


Dorothy 


John Turton, 


Pudsey, 


10 


Sarah 


Tho : Robarts, 


Tyresall, 


12 


Mary 


Rich : Sympson, 


Idle, 


18 


John 


John Lobley, 


Idle Parke, 


31 


James 


Will : Coates, 


Calverley, 


January 1 





BAPTISMS 




101 


Child's Name. Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1673. 
January 14 


Elizabeth 


William Kellett, 


Pudsey, 


Matthew 


Will : Mosse, 


Owle Coats, 


23 


Gabriel 


John Dodgson, 


Pudsey, 


23 


John 


Samuel Belhouse, 


Pudsey, 


23 


John 


John Haw, 


Pudsey, 


23 


Mercy 


Will : Rawson, 


Bowlton, 


24 


Sarah 


Jer : Flather, 


Farsley, 


29 


Eichard 


John Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Abraham 


Francis Knowles, 


Calverley, 


February 7 


Lydia 


Will : Kellett, 


Idle Parke, 


14 


Jane 


John Rosse, 


White Coat, 


23 


Elizabeth 


Robert Kellett, 


Rawdon, 


26 


Martha 


Will : Bake, 


Farsley, 


March 1 


Joseph 


John Booth, 


Idle, 


15 


Mary 


James Harrison, 


Idle, 


15 


Susannah 


Edw: Wilkinson, 


Idle, 


15 


Mary 


John Milner, 


Pudsey, 


15 


Sarauell 


John Howgate, 


Pudsey, 


19 


1 Josh : 


Rawson, Daniel Gaunt, ) 




■ Tho: 


Fairbanke, John Slater, > Churchwardens. 


Gabriel Dodgson, James Booth. ) 










1674. 


John 


John Hinchcliffe, 


Farsley, 


March 29 


Josh : 


Tho : Stansfield, 


Idle Parke, 


April 5 


Walter 


John Oggden, 


Idle Greene, 


5 


Mary 


John Den by. 


Windhill, 


10 


Ruth 


Wm : Robinson, 


Farsley, 


12 


Will : 


Martin Wilson, 


Greengates, 


25 


Mary 


Saml : Stables, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Margaret 


Will : Hain worth. 


Coat-house, 


May 1 


Elizabeth, 


r. d. Sam Hargrave, b. 1 


•■} 






Sarah Goodall, 


10 


Tho: 


Tho : Bankes, 


Pudsey, 


13 


Elizabeth 


James Snowden, of Wyther,* 


13 


Andrew 


Sam: Wayde, 


Farsley, 


24 


Sarah 


John Stephenson, 


Farsley, 


24 


Joseph 


Will : Kitchiug, 


Calverley, 


31 



* Wither, a few houses in the township of Armley, in the parish" of 
Leeds. 



102 


BAPTISMS 


;. 




Oftild's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1()74. 


V^ALbraham 


John Pontefrackt, 


Idle, 


June 9 


Anne 


John Rogers, / 


Pudsey, 


14 


John 


Jos : Armitage, 


Idle Parke, 


21 


Richard 


Rich : Wayde, 


Baggley, 


28 


John 


John Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


July 5 


Benjamin 


Will : Child, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Will : 


Will : Aumbler, 


Idle Greene, 


12 


(Manic) 


John Peele, 


Idle Greene, 


August 9 


Hannah 


Ric : Sugden, 


Tyresall, 


9 


Sarah 


Samuel Yickers, 


Idle Parke, 


22 


Christopher 


Samuel Nettleton, 


Owle Coates, 


30 


Hannah 


Samuel Hilhouse, 


Pudsey, September 4 


Jaine 


Tho : Eastburne, 


Parsley, 


10 


(erased) 


Thomas Butterfield 


I, Pudsey, 


13 


Mary 


Wm : Warwick, 


Idle, 


18 


Mary 


Samuel Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Ann 


Wm : Smith, 


Bowlton, 


26 


tSamuel 


Timothy Hare, 


Calverley, 


30 


Lydia 


Wm : Jenkinson, 


Pudsey, 


October 1 


Mercy 


Will : Sugden, 


Tyrsall, 


2 


Hannah 


John Strickland, jun., Pudsey, 


11 


Richard 


Will : Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Dauiel 


Daniel Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Francis s. 


Wm : Belhouse, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Tho: 


Geo: Hudson. 


Pudsey, November 16 


Edward 


Edw : Wayde,* 


Bagley, 


19 


Martha 


EdAvard Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


20 


Will : 


Wm : Foster, 


Idle, 


22 


Abraham 


Abr: Hutchinson, 


Pudsey, December 6 


John 


John Cuttle, 


Calverley, 


January 9 


Alice 


John Wood, 


Pudsey. 


10 


Joseph 


John Grave, 


Idle, 


16 


Jonathan 


Will : Harrison, 


Idle, 


16 



* The Wades have been settled at Bagley for a very considerable 
period. In 1.31G (9 Ed. II) Itichard Wade died possessed of property 
in Farsley, Shelf, and Calverley. (See " Escheat, de Anno 9 Ed. II.) 
No. 34, in the Inquis. 2}0st mort.) 

" Richardus Wade, Fresselay, and Schelf. tenementa, Calverley sect. 





BAPTISMS, 




103 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1674. 


Lydia 


Joseph Vickers, 


Idle, 


January 16 


Joseph 


Joseph Ry croft, 


Idle, 


24 


George 


George Booth, 


Idle Greene 


31 


Anna 


John Hare, 


Calverlev, 


31 


Jaine 


Jonathan Tasker, 


Windhill, : 


February 10 


Sarah 


Tho : Scott, 


Windhill, 


10 


John 


Christopher Peirsor 


I, Tyresall, 


14 


Susan 


Henry Foster, 


Calverley, 


28 


Sarah 


Edw : Harrison, 


Pudsey, 


March 13 


John 


Mr. Purdys, 


Pudsey, 


18 


( Francis Knowles, Tho : Watterworth, ^ m i ^ 
\ Edward Smith, William Bueke, V,^'" '"'^^''t«^i 
(Sam : Stables, ' John Powell. /for the year 1674. 








1675. 


Frances, d. 


Samuel Townes, 


Idle, 


March 27 


Wm: 


John Norfolk, 


Greengates, 


April 18 


Grace 


Robert Green, 


Wrose, 


19 


Margarett 


Joshua Rawson, 




30 


EHz : d. Mr. 


John Smith, an excise 


-man, 






inhabiting at Idle 


!. 


May 4 


Sarah 


Edward AVood, 


Pudsey, 


4 


Samuel 


John Holling worth, 


Woodall, 


5 


Deborah 


John Dawson, 


Idle, 


9 


John & Stephen John Powell, 


Bowlton, 


20 


Samuel 


Anthony Alderson, 


Pudsey, 


30 


John 


Mr. John Stanhope, 


Eccleshill, 


June 3 


Martha 


Robt : Suggden, 


Tyresall, 


3 


Edward 


Simon Bell, 


Bowlton, 


13 


Mary 


Wm : Atkinson, 


Apperley Bridge, 17 


Martha 


John Chapman, 




20 


John 


John Rudd, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Jaine 


Christopher Atkinson, Windhill, 


July 2 


John 


Tho : Robarts, 


Tyresall, 


*11 


Hannah 


Samuel Wood, 


Pudsey, 


18 


Barbarah 


Peter Hawksby, 




25 


Wm: 


Thomas Bankes, 


Pudsey, 


August 4 


Mary 


Michael Fen ton, 


Pudsey, 


4 


Francis, s. 


Francis Harrison, 


Apperley Bridge, 7 



104 



BAPTISMS. 



ChiUVs Name. 



Father's Name. 



Abode. 



Sar;ih Joseph Husler, 

Ann Samuel Crabtree, 

Mary Isaac Murgatroide, 

Hannah & Mary John Carter, 
Joseph 



Timothy 



Parsley, 

Parsley, 

Tyresall, 

Parsley, 
Tho : Williamson, Calverley, September 12 
son of a stranger, baptized at 
William Dawson's house of 



Date. 
1675. 
August 13 
15 
26 
29 



30 

Idle, 30 

Idle, 30 

Owl Coats, October 22 
Thorp, November 17 
Calverley, Decembers 



Rockcliffe,* 

Benjamin Benjamin Sandall, 

Susannah John Jowett. 

Mary Tho : Davison, 

William James Booth, 

William Timothy Hare, 

Margarett .Tohn Watterson, 

Rebeckah Tho : Goodall, 

Grace William Hey, 

John John Sandall, 

Joshua Robert Burnell, 

John Tho : Mi liner, 

Grace John Kent, 

Elizabeth William Myars, 

David Samuel Kitson, 

John John Oggden, 

Mary Samuel Marshall, 

John Daniel Gaunt, 
Sarah r. d. Robert Hilhouse, b. b. 
Ann Pare well, both 

Martha Edward Leigh, 

Benjamin John Slater, 

Mr. George Richurdso.i.t > churchwardens for Calverley. 
Joseph Kitching. y *' 

^^'' Jolhur Lumby } Churchwardens for Pudsey. 

S^iSS'lchurehwardens for Idle. 

* Rockcliffe. or Rawcliffe, a farm-house in Idle township, near the 
Apperley end of Thackley railway tunnel, and on the canal side. 

f George Richardson, of Woodhall, Esq., was the fourth son of 
Richard Richardson, of Bradford and Byerley. He was born 3 July, 



Pudsey, 
Pudsey, 
Pudsev, 
Idle, ' 


12 

20 

January 7 

13 


Pudsey, 
Pudsey, 
Pudsey, I 
Idle, ■ 


27 

27 

^'ebruary 10 

20 


Idle Parke, 


27 


Idle Parke, 


27 


Idle Greene, 


27 


Pudsey, 


March 5 


f Pudsey, 


12 

19 


Wrose, 


21 





BAPTISMS. 


' 


105 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1676. 


Judith 


John Roberts, of the mill, 


March 26 


Mary 


Joshua Denby, 


Windhill, 


April 2 


Joseph 


Edvv : Harrison, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Martha 


Cuthbert Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Judith 


Samuel Turton, 


Pudsey, 


5 


Wm: 


W^illiam Kellett, 


Idle, 


8 


Isaac 


Jeremiah Walker, 


Idle, 


25 


Wm: 


Wm : Firth, 


Idle, 


30 


Wm: 


Walter Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


30 


Mary 


Mathew Milner, 


Pudsey, 


June 24 


Sarah 


James Suawden, 


Wyther, 


28 


Samuel 


George Raper, 


Pudsey, 


Julys 


Elizabeth 


»John Hall, 


Calverley, 


17 


Ann 


Abraham Turner, 


Farsley, 


25 


Martha 


Tho: Laycocke, of the milflane. 


26 


William 


John Dawson, 


Calverley, 


30 


Phoebe 


Edw : Wilkinson, 


Idle, 


August 2 


Wm: 


Richard Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


9 


John 


John Millner, 


Pudsey, 


9 


Robert 


Robert Denby, 


Windhill, 


22 


Sarah 


Robert Lumby, 


Pudsey, 


23 


Joseph 


Samuel Wood, 


Pudsey, September 17 


Joseph 


Joseph Wayde, 


Farsley, 


17 


Mary 


Wm : Kitching, 


Calverley, 


30 


Edward 


Richard Croysdall, 


Idle, 


October 3 


Mary 


Robert Hare, 


Idle Thorpe, 


3 


Mary 


Henry Settle, 


Farsley, 


5 



1614 ; married Sarah, daughter of Richard Langley, of Priestley 
Green, par. Halifax, gent., died 1 Oct., buried at Bradford, 5 Oct., 
1696. His widow was buried at Bradford, 7 Sept., 1709. His grand- 
son (only surviving male issue) was buried at St, Clements' Danes, 
London. 16 Sept., 17i6, s. p. and intestate. At Woodall, over an old 
doorway now removed from its original position to the lodge at the 
Leeds Road entrance, are the initials of George Richardson and his 
wife. 

^ o ^ 

1695. 



lOG 


BAPTISMS 


• 




Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 

1 nr n 


Sarah 


George Flather, 


1 u< u. 

Stanniugley, October 1 1 


Ann 


Robt : Howgate, 


Calverley, 


14 


Hannah 


James Harrison, 


Idle, 


19 


Dorothy 


Henry Tayler, 


Idle, 


19 


John 


Wm : Kellett. 


Pudsey, 


25 


Sarah 


Wm : Denby, 


WindhiU, 


28 


lihlanh) 


d. of Tho : Armittedge, 


28]* 


Humphrey 


Abr : Hutchinson, 


Pudsev, 


November 5 


John 


Thomas Thompson, 


Idle, " 


12 


Susannah 


Wm : Jenkinsou, 


Pudsey, 


15 


Samuel 


Samuel Vickers, 


Idle, 


26 


Samuel 


Wm : Stables, 


Idle, 


December 1 


Nehemiah 


James (?) Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


7 


Joseph 


Tho : Butterfeild, 


Pudsey, 


7 


Judith 


John Vickers, 


Idle Thorpe, 9 


Rebeckah 


Joseph Wilson, 


Parsley, 


31 


George 


George Hudson, 


Pudsey, 


January 14 


Elkanah 


John Lobley, 


Idle Parke, 


18 


Stephen 


George Skirrow, 


Wrose, 


27 


Thomas 


John Dodgson, 


Pudsey, 


28 


Joshua 


John Hargreaves, 


Calverley, 


February 2 


Sarah 


Tristram Hare, 


Wilgreave, 


4 


Jeremiah 


Wm : Belhouse, 


Pudsey, 


7 


Peter 


Wm : Flather, 


Calverley, 


10 


Thomas 


John Bloomer, 


Windhill, 


18 


Ellen 


Edward Wayde, 


Baggley, 


18 


Jose 3h 


[Samuel Hogg|] 


Windhill, 


21 


Sarah 


[John Denbighf ] 


Windhill, 


21 


Jeremiah 


Jeremiah Watterworth, Calverley, 22 


William 


Tho : Hollingwortli 


, Woodall, 


28 


William 


Wm : Farrer, 


Pudsey, 


March 7 


Mary 


Samuel Belhouse, 


Pudsey, 


7 


William 


Robert Hilhouse, 


Pudsey, 


18 


Mary 


Japhet Attkinson, 


Pudsey, 


April 8 


Esther 


Joseph Rycroft, 


Idle, 


8 


Hannah 


Samuel Smith, 

* Inserted, 
t Altered. 


Parsley, 


March 11 



BAPTISMS. 



107 



Child's Name. 



Father's Name. 



Abode. 



Samuel Thackrey, Farsley^ 
Joseph Armittedge, Idle, 
John PoDtefract, Idle, 



Date. 
1676. 
April 15 
16 
22 



Jonathan 

]\Iary 

Mary 

W • "V" 1 n } C'hurch wardens for Calverleycw??! Farsley 

Richard Lobley, I -p , p i 

Wm : Attkinson. f -^ * 

Samuel Swayue, and ) ^ tji t j -i • 

James Booth of WindhiU. J ^<"' "''^ Lordshipp. 









1677. 


Mary 


John Wood, senr., 


Pudsey, 


April 29 


Richard 


Richard Shay, 


Bowlton, 


May 5 


Francis, son 


of Francis Knowles, 


Calverley, 


5 


Elizabeth 


Joshua Rawson, 


Woodall, 


16 


Dorothy 


Jeremiah Flather, 


Farsley, 


17 


Lydia 


Wm : Robinson, of the Coate house, 20 


Richard 


John Rogers, 


Pudsey, 


24 


Christopher 


John Nettleton, 


Owle-Coats, 


June 10 


Frances, d. of Thomas Marston, 


Idle, 


20 


Jaine 


Tho : Robarts, 


Tyresall, 


21 


Sarah 


Wm : Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


24 


David 


John Booth, 


Idle, 


27 


Catharine 


Tho : Ledgard,* 


Idle, 


27 


Sarah 


Mr. Thomas Purdy, 


Pudsey, 


July 5 


Mary 


Geo : Bucktroute, of the mill, 


16 


Joseph 


Wm : Suggden, 


Wilgreave, 


27 


Ann 


Samuel Stables, 


Pudsey, 


August 5 


Martha 


Wm : Hollingworth 


, Stanuiugley, 


5 


Joshua 


Wm : Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


11 


Hannah 


Bernard Dawson, 


Hare Mill, 


11 


Barbarah 


Peter Hawksby, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Mary 


John Cuttle, 


Calverley, 


22 


John 


Wm: Rawson, 


Bowlton, September 12 


Grace 


Joseph Husler, 


Farsley, 


14 


Sarah 


Samuel Walton, 


Farsley, 


15 


Mary 


John Hare, 


Calverley, 


29 


Grace 


John Slater, 


Wrose, 


October 6 



* See Nonconform if g in Idle, page 24. 



108 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. 

Mercv 

William 

"William 

Mary 

^lercy 

John 

Jonathan 

Margarett 

Ann 

Hannah 

Susannah 

Ann 

Mary 

Jonathan 

Jonathan 

Martha 

Thomas 



Father's Name. 

Joseph Vickers, 
John Stephenson, 
Michael Fenton, 
Thomas Banks, 
John Hinchcliflfe, 
John Fothergill, 
Richard Sugden, 
Jeremiah Walker, 
Wm : Bake, 
Samuel Gaunt, 
John Dawson, 
AYm : Turner, 
Edward Sands, 
James Booth, 
John Howgate, 
Samuel Towne, 
Samuel Waide, 



Mary b. b. Dorothy Moore, 



John 

Grace 

Abigail 

Timothy 

Thomas 

Jaine 

Jabez 

Mary 

Joane 

Mary 

Mary 

Joshua 

Ann 

James 

Sarah 



Abode. 

Idle Parke, 

Parsley, 

Pudsey, 

Pudsey, 

Parsley, 

Tyresall, 

Idle, 

Parsley, 

Idle, 
Parsley, 
Wrose, 
Idle Thorpe, 
Idle Thorpe, 
Idle, 

Stanningley, 

Idle, 

Pudsey, 

Parsley, 

Windhill, 



Date. 

1C77. 

October 13 

U 

17 

24 

28 

November 4 

4 

14 

25 

December 7 

8 

16 

26 

27 

27 

27 

January 6 

6 

26 

31 

February 3 

10 



Thomas Stansfeild, 

Thomas Milner, 

John Carter, 

Jonathan Tasker, 

Christopher Attkinson, Idle Parke, 1 1 

Isaac Lupton, Windhill, 17 

" " " " Idle, 

Pudsey, 
Pudsey, 
Pudsey, 

Calverley Carre, 
Calverley Carre, 
Parsley, 

Apperley Bridge 
Bowlton, 



March 3 

7 



John Oggden, 

Geo : Raper, 

John Wood, 

Samuel Turton, 

Edward Kitching, 

Henry Foster, 

Abraham Hill, 

James Jowett, 

Thomas Harper, 

Churchwardens. 
Bernard Dawson and Joshua Broadley, Calverley. 
William Jowett and Richard Shay, Pudsey. 
William Rudd and Robert Lumby, Pudsey. 

1678. 
Sarah Wm : Calvert, Idle, April 13 



7 

7 

21 

24 

24 

, 25 

April 1 





BAPTISMS. 




109 


Child's Name, 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1678. 


Eachel 


Richard Ward, 


Pudsey, 


April U 


Hannah 


Robert Burnel, 


Pudsey, 


17 


John 


Abraham Turner, 




21 


Frances d. of 


John Rudd, 


Pudsey, 


22 


Grace 


John Peele, 


Idle, 


28 


John 


John Chapman, 




May 8 


Joseph 


Samuel Threapland, 


) 


8 


Sarah 


John Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


8 


Joseph 


Thomas Drake, 


Idle, 


19 


James 


John Walton, 


Stanningley, 26 


Mary 


Joseph Wilkinson, 


Idle, 


June 8 


Jonathan 


Samuel Dighton, 


Pudseyj 


9 


Samuel 


Robert Kellett, 


Rawden, 


Julys 


George 


Edw : Harrison, 


Pudsey, 


3 


Hannah 


Samuel Marshall. 


Idle Parke, 


4 


Ann 


Richard Waren, 


Greengates, 


14 


Christopher 


John Milner, 


Pudsey, 


28 


Elizabeth 


Samuel Hilhouse, 


Pudsey, 


28 


John 


Robert Howgate, 


Calverley, 


August 31 


Euth 


John Strickland, 


Rodlev, September 1 


Mary 


Jonathan Scaife, 


Windiiill, 


6 


Ann 


Thomas Armittedg€ 


), Windhill, 


6 


Timothy 


John Hare, 


Idle, 


13 


Thomas 


Tho : Davison, 


Owle Ooates 


15 


Sarah 


Jeremiah Wilson, 


Pudsey, 


15 


Hannah 


Samuel Kitching, 


Calverley, 


October 6 


Thomas 


Thomas Thompson, 


Idle, 


8 


William 


Wm : Oggden, 


Idle, 


8 


James 


Mr. Thomas Cooke, 


Yorke, 


9 


Isaac 


Jonas Curtan, 


Pudsey, 


24 


Edward 


Wm : Kitching, (lately deceased) December 7 


Sarah 


Thomas Williamson 


, Calverley, 


21 


William 


Tho : Hardwicke, 


Idle, 


27 


John 


John Wrosse, 


Parsley, 


January 1 


Robert 


George Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


22 


William 


Miles Rishforth, 


Idle, 


February 4 


Simon 


Simon Bell, 


Bowlton, 


5 


Joseph 


Richard Shay, 


Bowlton, 


7 



1 lu 

Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1678. 


Thomas 


George Bucktrout, ( 


)f the mill, February 9 


{blank) 


Thomas Butterfeild, 




23 


Edward 


William Farrar, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Walter and Daniel, Walter Farrar, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Samuel 


Samuel Belhouse, 


Pudsey, 


26 


William 


Wm : Kellett, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Mercy 


Richard Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 


26 


Grace 


Samuel Whitehead, 


Parsley, 


26 


Joshua 


Joshua Rawson, 


Woodall, 


March 8 


Mary 


William Mosse, 


Owle Coates, 


12 


Jaine 


Richard Roundhill, 


Stanningley, 


12 


Eichard Aske, and Edward Waide, 
Thomas Slater, and Joseph Vickers 


of Calverley. 1 
, of Idle. 


^ Church- 
^ wardens. 


Jeremy Crabtree, and John Wilson 


, of Pudsey. J 








1679. 


Elizabeth 


John Skirrow, 


Wrose, 


March 27 


Jonathan 


John Robarts, of the mill, 


30 


Hannah 


Christopher Peirson, Tyresal, 


April 6 


James 


Samuel Smith, 


Parsley, 


11 


Alice 


Tobias Crofft,* 


Pudsey, 


May 7 


Issabell 


Edward Wayd, 


Baggley, 


10 


Edward 


John Kent, 


Pudsey, 


18 


Sarah 


John Barraclough, 


Idle, 


21 


[Mary]t 


John Yickers, 


Idle Parke, 


24 


Helenor 


Mr. Tho : Purdy, 


Pudsey, 


June 11 


Mary 


George Hudson, 


Pudsey, 


18 


William 


Joshua Denby, 


Windhill, 


July 12 


Joseph 


Thomas Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


27 


Richard 


Robert Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


August 9 


John 


William Gypson, 


Pudsey, 


9 


Tristram 


Tristram Hare, 


Tyresall, 


10 


Righteous, d. 


of Robert Hare, 


Idle Thorpe, 


18 


Thomas 


Michaell Feuton, 


Pudsey, 


24 


Ehzabeth 


John Hinchcliffe, 


Pudsey, September 13 



* One Tobias Croft, was of Trinity College, Cambridge, A.B, 1727, 
A.M. 1731, and on 12th January, 1750-1, was instituted to the Mediety 
of the Rectory of Linton in Craven. 

t In a diflEercnt handwriting. 





BAPTISMS. 


111 


Child's Name. 


Father's Nams. 


Abode. Date. 
1679. 


Hannah 


John Bloomer, 


Wlndhill, September 14 


Elizabeth 


Mr. Westrop Lacocke, Calverley, ^ 17 


Daniel 


Daniel Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 20 


Martha 


Isaac Lupton, 


Windhill, 28 


Edward 


Benj : Sandall, 


Idle, October 9 


Mary 


Tho: Hollingworth 


, Calverley, 12 


Thomas 


Thomas Drake, 


Idle, 12 


Elizabeth 


John Strickland, 


Rodley, 19 


Elizabeth 


George Harrison, 


Pudsey, 23 


Sarah 


William Pasley, jun., Idle^ November 2 


Mary 


Jonas Walker, 


Wrose, 9 


Joseph 


Jer : Gant^ 


Pudsey, 26 


Sarah 


George Raper, 


Pudsey, 26 


Mary 


John Nettleton, 


Owle Coates, 26 


Mary 


John Booth, 


Idle, December 18 


Mary 


Joseph Rycroft, 


Idle, 18 


Elizabeth 


James Booth, 


Idle Thorp, 18 


Jer: 


William Gaunt, 


Pudsey, 26 


Jonathan 


Jonathan Crowther, 


, Pudsey, 26 


Judith 


Samuel Nettleton, 


Owle Coates, January 6 


Stephen 


John Chapman, 


Pudsey, 7 


Jer : 


Jer : Flather, 


Parsley, 1 7 


Elizabeth 


John Rogers, 


Nether Pudsey, 18 


Sarah 


Will : Broadley, 


Rodley, 24 


Beatrix 


John Cousin, 


Idle Green, 24 


Sarah 


Edward Leigh, 


Pudsey, February 5 


William 


William. -Denby, 


Windhill, 7 


Mary 


Abr : Hillhouse, 


Idle, 11 


John 


Mr. Benson,?-^ 


Calverley, 12 


John 


John Mitotan, 


Pudsey, March 3 


John 


John Hi?i%^. 


Idle, 6 


John 


WilliaallH )llin^orth, Stanniugley, 19 


Roger 


RoL ^'' Mdnson, 


Idle, 24 


Sai-ah 


Sai^ iblci 


Pudsey, 28 


Sarah 


R. *.-, ■'^rden, 


Tyresall, April 1 


Mary and Mci 


.nil:' 'i;:! ; Walton, 


Baggley, 7 


Jer : 


i haij Scale, 


Windhill, 8 




112 



BAPTISMS. 



Child's Name. Father's Name. Abode. Date. 

1679. 
Churchwardens, 1679. 
For Pudsey, William Lumby and John Kent. 
For Calverley, John Hare and James Constantine. 
For Pudsey, John Buck and Martin Dawson. 

1680. 



Deborah 


Tho : Whittekers, 


Idle, 


April 13 


Wm: 


William Harper, 


Calverley, 


15 


John 


William Fenton, 


Nether Pudsey, 16 


Anthony 


James Onyon, 


Wrose, 


28 


Sarah 


Edward Kitching, 


The Carr, 


29 


John 


Samuel Vickers, 


Idle Parke, 


May 1 


Agnes 


Samuel Thackery, 


Farsley, 


9 


Mary 


Joshua Bailey, 


Calverley, 


21 


Sarah 


Japhet Attkinson, 


Pudsey, 


June 6 


Mary 


James Ellis, 


Pudsey. 


6 


Mary 


Samuel Threapland, Pudsey, 


6 


James 


John Hargraves, 


Calverley, 


8 


Lydia 


Henry Bland, 


Idle, 


13 


Ann* 


Mr. John Milner, 


Pudsey, 


17 


Mary 


John Skirrow, 


Idle, 


30 


Rachell 


John Dawson, 


Idle, 


July 7 


Sarah 


William Bellhouse, 


, Pudsey, 


11 


Fayth 


Thomas Hill, 


Windhill, 


18 


Samuel 


Thomas Mastin, 


Idle, 


21 


Elizabeth 


John Rudd, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Hannah 


Edward Harrison, 


Pudsey, 


21 


Sarah 


Thomas Hlingworth, Pudsey, 


21 


Samuel 


Samuel Whiteheasd/ JBarsley, 


30 


Susannah 


Joseph Husler; '• 


*J^rsley, 


31 


John 


Edward Hartley, 


Idle Thorpe, 


August 1 


Martha 


John Lumby, 


I ' Slanuingley, 


1 


Jonas 


Richard Sugden, . 


9'iXyresall, 


7 


Martha 


William Leis^^ o 


HBfcdsey, 


21 


Sarah 


Daniel Broadley^ 


!f ^asreley, 


28 


Martha 


William Calvert, 


'^dle^i' Septembers 


Mary 


John Marshell, 


Siaiih^BgU'V, 


19 


Francis 


Edward Bradley, 


. . -^ 


October 9 



* Married to Wm. StainfuiLh 






BAPTISMS. 




113 


Child's Name. 


Father's Name. 


Abode. 


Date. 
1680. 


Mary 


George Leigh, 


Pudsey, 


October 10 


William 


Richard Goodall, 


Farsley, November 15 


Sarah 


Emanuel Wheater, 


Calverley, 


25 


Thomas 


William Wayde, 


Farsley, 


30 


Christopher 


John Milner, 


Pudsey, 


December 2 


James 


John Strickland, jun., Rodley, 


12 


Sarah 


' John Hare, 


Calverley, 


16 


Sarah 


Peter Barker, 


Calverley, 


17 


John 


Samuel Ward, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Elizabeth 


Samuel Kitson, 


Idle Parke, 


25 


Mary 


Bernard Dawson, 


Calverley, 


26 


John 


John Walton, 


Farsley, 


27 


Elizabeth 


James Snawden, 


Wither, 


January 6 


Elizabeth 


John Howgate, 


Idle Thorpe, "13 


Thomas 


Thomas Stansfeild, 


Idle, 


15 


Jonas 


William Kendall, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Mary 


David Wilson, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Ann 


William Gibson, 


Pudsey, 


19 


Edward 


Thomas Fenton, 


Pudsey, 


29 


John 


John Stephson, 


Farsley, 


30 


William 


Robert Armittedge, 


Calverley, 


30 


Jonathan 


Abr : Nicholls, Apperley Bridge 


, February 4 


John 


William Paslev, 


Idle, 


6 


Mary 


William Sutliffe, 


Idle, 


16 


Mary 


Thomas Thompson, 


Idle, 


13 


Mary 


Richard Shaw, 


Bowlton, 


19 


Grace 


Thomas Goodall, 


Pudsey, 


25 


John 


John Oggden, 


Idle, 


27 


Samuel 


William Kellett, 


Idle Parke, 


March 2 


Phoebe 


Jonathan Tasker, 


Windhill, 


6 


Esther 


Thomas Grave, 


Pudsey, 


6 


Joseph 


Michaell Ryley, 


Pudsey, 


12 
1681. 


Mary 


William Ogden, 


Idle, 


27 




Churchwardens, 


1680. 





For Calverley, William Thompson and John Guelder. 
For Pudsey, James Pierson and Jonas Bower. 
For Idle, John Stead, jun., and William Hamand. 



QUatria^e^, 



1649. 

Abraham Scot and Anne Scarbrough, October 1 

James Lyster and Mary Thompson, 12 

John Coussin and Alice Hainsworth, November 22 

Kichard Fletcher and Alice Pollard, 24 
Nicolaus Appleyard and Mary Waddington, December 9 

Sam : Crosley and Gartheret Watkinson, 20 

John Sargeson and Ellinor Thornton, 20 

John Watterhouse and Mary Smithson, 23 
Robert Smith and Agnes Walker, 

John Barras and Rebeccah Walker, February 21 

William Jepson and Judith Hawmond, 24 

Robt : Hide and Grace Driver, March 17 

1650. 

John Simpson and Mary Smith, May 1 

Gabriell Midgley and Isabel Abbot, 6 

John Craven and Bridget Lambert, 6 

John Stead and Anne Atkinson, 8 

John Wilkinson and Isabel Fearnley, 12 

Michael Lyster and Anne Craven. 15 

John Tickers and Jane Walker, 15 

Nehemiah Sandall and Jane Gamble, 23 

Richard Gott and Mary Scott, 29 

John Carter and Eliz : Jaggar, 30 

Avarie* Lacocke and Mary Smith, June 5 

John Brooksbanke and Mary Wood, 6 

Bryan Foster and Barberry Beane, 12 

Thomas Craven and Sarah Smith, 20 
Robt : Snawden and Eliz : Scarborough, att Bradford 20 

* Alveroy. 



MARRIAGES. 115 

Edmund Ferrand* and Grace Franke, July 8 

Robert Whitley and Issabel Robinson, 31 

John Lumby and Dorothy Wells, August 7 

Matthew Foorterf and Grace Knowles, 14 

Rich : Pickles and Mary Gargrave, 1 4 

Richard Lobley and Elizabeth Hey, 28 
Joseph Lambert and Rosamond Lyster, September 5 

Henry Bland and Esther Prockter, 5 

Rich : Jewitt and Ellinor Darrand, 8 

William Bell and Dorothy Roades, 11 

Walter JobsonJ and Barbery Foster, 27 

John Sagar and Anne Tayler, 27 

William Brown and Margaret Musgrave, 27 
John Dyson and Anne Morgan, December 4 

Robert Becke and Ellinor Barwicke, 29 

Samuel Exley and Mary Harrison, January 1 

James Kighley and Mary Carter, 6 

John Kitson and Grace Broadley, 16 

Thomas Atkinson and Judith Etherington, 22 

1651. 

James Brown and Grace Hoyle, April 6* 

Edmund Lacocke and Mary Wattson, 9 

John Thompson and Elizabeth Lcpton, 16 

John Williamson and Susanna Sidgwicke, 23 

Thomas Coardley and Sarah Nelson, 27 

William Howton and Susannah Harper, 80 

Jesper Hardy and Jane Barrett, May 7 

William Wade and Rozamond Toppin, 13 

John Walker and x\nue Thompson, 1 9 

Robert Brashay and Grace Smith, 25 

Robert Blakey and Susannah Kittson, June 1 

John Hill and Mary Midgley, 2 

John Hakill and Edith Naj^lor, 22 

George Hudson and Mary Kellett, 23 

Henry Haist and Mary Sowden. 26 

John Robinson and Mary Hopkinson, 29 

Thomas Thornton and Mary Milnes, July 12 

Thomas Thornton and Martha Hogg, 13 

* Was he a son of Edmund Ferrand of Binglev. who in 1620 married 
Isabel Wood ? 

t Qu. Forster? 

j See Priory and Peculiar of Snaith, bv Rev. C. B. Robinson, 
1861, pages 43-45. 



lie 



MARRIAGES. 



1G51. 

Robert Grave and Margaret Dawson, Au^just 15 

Abraham Sugden-and Jennet Bradley, October 5 

James Browne and Anne Hurst. 16 

John English and Rozamond Green, November 2 

Joseph Leadbeater and Sarah Hoddy, 7 

Samuel Dracup and Anne Bailey, 30 

William Stringer and Katherine Becke, December 3 

George Booth and Ruth Hare, 11 

Francis Pratt and Mary Myars, (?) 

Henry Ratcliffe and Dorothy Righton, January 14 

Robert Richardsonue and Alice Hardaker, 27 
John Harrison and Isabel Kawtheraw, 

George Waringe and Martha Jewitt, February 1 

1652. 

William Swayne and Sarah Powell, April 20 

Jonas Grave and Jane Reyner, May 12 
Robert Boulton and Mary Kellitt, 
Edward Firth and Elliner Fletcher, 

Henry North all and Anne Pollard, June 6 

John Hirstler* and Sarah Walton, 9 

William Whittley and Anne Gant, 9 

William Lepton and Ruth Ferray, 9 

Thomas Pearson and Alice Fearnley, 9 

AVilliam Fairbankeand Mary Deane, 13 

Giles Hawmond and Sibbell England, 25 

John Walker and Elizabeth Bentley, August 18 

William Bentley and Sarah Watterworth, 22 

James Walker and Sarah Craven, September 12 

John Walker and Elizabeth Watson, 26 

George Peele and Anne Mershall, 26 

Michael Shaw and Alice Gray, October 16 

Andrew Thompson and Elizabeth Fletcher, November 3 

Thomas Atkinson and Jane Swayne, 9 

Matthew Thornton and Phoebe Pollard, 17 

Nathaniel Hanson and Esther Northroppe, 18 

James Stables and Anne Nettleton, December 6 

Christopher Walker and Hannah Atkinson, 16 

John Smith and Mercy Myars, February 6 

Thomas Flather and Esther Ellis, 6 

John Ambler and Mary Galloway, 4 
* Qu. Hustler? 



MARRIAGES. 



117 



John Smith and Mary Myars, 
William Hall and Sarah Carter, 
Michael Eastwood and Anne Wood, 
John Barras and Martha Wetherill, 
James Roades and Mary Ellis, 

William Holdsworth and Ellinor Walker, 
George Wilkinson and Mary Johnson, 
John Peoples and Elizabeth Franke, 
Thomas Johnson and Anne Smith, 
Tempest Crabtree and Sarah Jewitt 
Thomas Illingworth and Isabel Brearey, 
Thomas Turner and Mary Crabtree, 
Thomas Ashton and Mary Smith, 
Thomas Royd and Elizabeth Scott, 
Francis Dickinson and Elizabeth Harper, 
Robert Maundy and Margeret x\rmitage, 
Thomas Bramley and Mary Kittson, 
George Skirrow and Grace Laugfellow* 
John Illingworth and Mary Butler, 
Samuel Goodall and Susannah Holdsworth, 
Samuel Ashton and Mary Milnes, 
William Rookes and Anne Deane, 
William Robinson and Mary Holmes, 
John Hey and Mary Wattson, 



Thomas Vevers and Margeret Croysdale, 
Bernard Ricroft and Sarah Hall, 
Gabriel Fearnley and Judeth Akeroyd, 
William Westerman and Anne Asquith, 
John Atkinson and Barbery Haghbou, 
Edmund Illingworth and Elizabeth Hall, 
Abraham Kendall and Sarah Wilson, 
Christopher Smith and Judeth Barras, 
Joseph Wade and Isabel Gill, 
Jeremiah Smith and Mary Hilhouse, 
William Sugden and Mary Liegh, 
Thyrston Wildinge and Mary Hill, 

* Grace, daughter of Edward Longfellow, was baptized at Guise 
ley, in 1621, (See Additional Notes at the end of this volume.) 



1652. 

February 13 

14 

16 

20 

22 

1653. 

April 25 

May... 

June... 

15 

19 

July 13 

24 

August 7 

10 

September 13 

25 

27 

2g 

28 

29 

February 22 

March 2 

16 

1654. 

March 27 

April 2 

12 

14 

16 

19 

20 

23 

27 

May 2 

10 

16 



118 MARRIAGES. 

1654. 

^feorge Pickard and Martha Scale, May 17 

Joseph Holdroyd and Susanna Fielding, ■■"*•■ i 22 

"Richard Mershell and Elizabeth West, ■"""^ 26 

AVilliam Man and Sarah Morley, 29 

Robert Waid and Jane Cure, 29 

Robert Stythe and Sarah Myars, 30 

Isaack Barras and Rebeccah Gill, June 6 

John Ellis and Isabel Stevens, 3 

John Gill and Anne Moore, 12 

AYilliam Stevenson and Margerett Green, 12 

John Gant and Sarah Gates, 12 

James Barnsley and Sarah Bulkby, 16 

John Dracopp and Isabel Thornton, 21 

Robert Jobson and Anne Brothered, 24 

Ralph Bawmfortli and Susannah Elwood, 25 

John Brooksbanke and Elizabeth Barker, 26 

Peter Stevenson and Mary Broadley, 29 

Samuel V^ilson and Anne Sigswicke, July 3 

William Foster and Mary Twayte, 5 

John Turner and Anne Bows, 5 

John Barret and Jane Ryley, 10 

Thomas Martin and Jane Toppeu, 23 

Robert Royds and Grace Smith, 3 1 
William Pasley and Anne Birkhead, August 2 

John Wood and Alice Smith, 9 

William Lumby and Mary Birkby, 16 

Thomas Raistricke and Anne Chippendale, 17 

Samuel Walker and Anne Lyster, 17 

Henry Broomhead and Mary Best, 23 

John Hollyday and Hannah Nelson, 24 

Jonas Mitchell and Sarah Thompson, 28 

George Walton and Esther Whyte, 30 
Miles Hargrave and Grace Thorpe, September 6 

Nathaniel Wilson and Jenet Jewitt, 14 

Richard Gleddall and Judeth Baynes, 14 

Edmund Preston and Jennet Man, 24 
William Whearter and Anne Umpleby, October 4 

AVilliam P'erray and Mary Brown, 11 

AVilliam Webster and Alice Hoolc, 24 



MARRIAGES. 



119 



1654. 

Samuel Lit tie wood and Mary Beomant,* October 30 

Robert Thackeray and Anne Crabtree, November 8 

Abraham Kirshay and Elizabeth Rothley, 19 

Thomas Stevenson and Marger : Wood, 20 

Robert Wilkinson and Anne Brooke, 20 

Robert Brayshay and Judeth Holmes, 23 

William Walker and Anne Broadley, 23 

William Thornton and Rozamond Hammond, 26 

Abraham Thwayte and Elizabeth Lang, December 2 

William Carrocke and Prudence Frankland, 12 

John Gaunt and Anne Windor, 20 

John Stott and Elizabeth Hortall, 25 

David Roads and Elizabeth Atkinson, 26 

Richard Tempest and Anne Jerry son,f 27 

John Currain and Mary Liegh, 28 

Christopher Harrison, and Anne Kirke, January 5 

James Wooler and Sai'ah Stare, February 12 

Samuel Watson and Susannah Bagley, 25 

William Ellis and Grace Bottomley, 26 

George Hunter and Isabel Wilkinson, March 17 

1655. 

Richard Walsh and Isabel Dransfield, April 8 

Robert Summerskill and Isabel Parker, 14 

William Smith and Alice Burnley, 25 

Richard Nailer and Martha Hoyle, 26 

William Thompson and Marg : Hill, May 1 

John Swayne and Alice Illingworth, 8 

John Smith and Elizabeth Greene, 15 

John Holliday and Repentance Robinson, 17 

John Bartlett and Anne Fairbanke, . - n^iM^iQ-.- 24 

James Fairbanke and Grace Aykeroyc[j^^l,,««,jBp,^!r 24 

Thomas Roundell and Grace Fouller, ' 28 

William Liegh and Anne Wilson, 30 

Jonas Bridge and Mercy Thornton, 30 

Peter Smith and Anne England, 30 

William Shyres and Grace Hoyle, June 4 

Samuel Saxton and Anne Bailey, 5 

Thomas Hargrave and Mary Terry, 25 

* Beaumont. 

t Jerryson is a frequent colloquial abbreviation of Margerison. 



120 



MARRIAGES. 



1655. 

June 27 

29 

Julys 

6 

10 

23 



Joshua Lumby and Elizabeth Mosse, Jus * 
Joseph Greenhough and Marg : Watterhouse, 
John Howgate and Anne Bullock, 
John Jagger and Phoebe Wilkinson, 
Edward Cawtheraw and Mary Ferray, 
John Hall and Isabel Watterworth, 
William Wilhouse (sic) f and Anne Wainwright, August 1 
Roger King and Anne Hoddy, 
John Prockter and Ruth Atkinson, 
George Metcalfe and Anne Smith, 

John Mitchell and Ellinor Gerson, 18 

Sireland Stead and Sarah Sowden, 23 

Edward Mackereth and Elizabeth Pollard, 23 
Richard Stead and Frances Copley, September 15 
James Stead and Sarah Powell, October 6 

Walter Ferray and Mary Fowler, 10 

John Oggden and Elizabeth Hilhouse, 10 

John Etherington and Anne Wise, 17 

Robert Thornton and Mary Waringe, 21 

AVilliam Smith and Elizabeth Wilkinson, 21 

Robert Grave and Ellinor Lambert, 29 
Humph : Kellitt and Anne Walker, November 4 

John Pickard and Mary Knowles, 4 

Thomas Hutchinson and Elizabeth Riley, 7 

Thomas Dufton and Anne Watterhouse, 7 

Samuel HollinsJ and Edeth Carre, 8 

Matthew Gennins and Jane Williamson, 18 

George West and Marg : Franklin, 19 

* Married before a Justice of the Peace, 
f B ilhouse, Wheelliouse ? 

X One Samuel Hollins was Vicar of Osbaldwick, near York. 1630- 
16-40, and married Anna, sister of the Rev. John Allen. M.A., Vicar of 
Osbaldwick, and of St. Lawrence, York, whose will is dated 25 July, 
16.S0. 

George Hollins, their son, was baptized 18 January, 1640-1, Ann, 
their daughter, was buried 5 November 1639, and their son John, 26 
May, 1640, at Osbaldwick. There is no trace of him in the register after 
this. Timothy Sherrard, Clerk, Curate of Osbaldwick, married there 
twice in 1654, and 1664. Can the husband of Edith Carre be the 
ejected Vicar of Osbaldwick? C.B.N. 



MARRIAGES. 



121 



John Ellis and Anne Hill, 
Christopher Pickard and Anne Watson, 
John Wilkinson and Phoebe Hollins, 
William Cordley and Mary Collinson, 
Samuel Hawkshay and Jane Brokeupp, 
John Hoyle and Elizabeth Lyster, 
Francis Boococke and Mary Gant, 
William Newill and Jennit Pilling, 
James Gant and Elizabeth Farray, 
William Pratt and Grace DawsoD, 
William Walton and Alice Raistrick, 
Thomas Tydswell and Dorothy Gates, 
James Hall and Anne Brown, 

Joshua Broadley* and Agnes Clifton, 
James Hobson and Sarah Pearson, 

Thwayte and Sarah Lang, 

Francis Simpson and Elizabeth Brown, 
Anthony Ferray and Sarah Sowden, 
William Geldard and Mary Threaplands, 
John Dracopp and Uxor Swayne, 
Robert Barrett and Elizabeth Crakell, 
Lawrence Fleeming and Susan : Allerton, 
Henry Pighell and Grace Aykeroyd, 
William Tidswell and Mary Walker, -— 
John Leath and Mary Graveson, 
William Liegh and Mary Barras, 
John Wood and Grace Roberts, 
John Shaw and Elizabeth Holdsworth, 
John Hawkwell and Sarah Fearnley, 
John Howgate and Mary Brooke, 
Christopher Strickland and Anne Waugh, 
Anthony Parkinson and Anne Hogge, 



1655. 

November 19 

22 

30 

December 2 

8 

16 

18 

January... 

24 

24 

27 

March 24 

1656. 

March 29 

April 9 

1 

22 

23 

30 

May 10 

30 

June 20 

August 6 

13 

September 3 

6 

October 22 

November 12 

December 24 

25 



* " Heare lyeth | Body of Joshua | Broadley, of Baglay, | who de- 
parted this I life, the 24tli Day of | March, 1688, and was | buried 
the 27th Day of | March, Anno Domini | 1689, aged 64 yeares. 

Also Agnes, wife of above Joshua, died 7 May, in the 106th year of 
her age. Ann. Dom, 1718." — Calverley Churchyard. 

Her baptism is not registered at Calverley. 



122 



MARRIAGES. 



John Gaunt and Mary Mershall, 
John Myars and Anne Grave, 

Robert Curtas and Ellen Scaiffe, 
Jonas Hillas and Mary Thomas, 
William Clarkson and Margeret Setterfast, 
Michael Squire and Elizabeth Todd, 
Edward Clayton and Widow Vickers, 
Peter Robinson and Ellin : Browne, 
Tobias Ferrar and Sarah Hoole, 
Thomas Fletcher and Martha Harper, 
Samuel Ward and Martha Stanley, 
AVilliam Lepton and Agnes Barraclough, 
Anthony Butler and Alice Kitching, 
Matthew Milner and Mary CliflFe, 
Richard Parsons and Sarah Thorpe, 
Joseph Wade and Isabel Lamb, 
James Roades and Jane Barrett, 
Jeremiah Firth and Anne Summerscall, 

John Wood and Margeret Wood, 
John Stead and Jane Beane, 
William Watterhouse and Martha Smith, 
John Parrish and Mary Mitchell, 
John Franklin and Anne Lambert, 
John Mershall and Grace Walker, 
Christopher Mitton and Margaret Lyster, 
John Walsh and Martha Barras, 
Miles Stead and Mary Wilkinson, 
Abraham Nicols and Elizabeth Bucke, 
William Spawton and Mary Duredove, 
Thomas Greathead and Alice Thompson, 
Richard Feather and Grace Howgate, 
Samuel Hawksley and Edeth Poe, 
William Beecroft and Cicily Wilson, 
John Harrison and Anne Atkinson, 
John Haw and Ursula Ferrar, 
[*Jolm Gaunt and Mary Mershall, 



1656. 

January 22 

22 

1657. 

April 23 

May 31 

31 

June 12 

23 

July 10 

August 2 

17 

October 1 

November 4 

11 

27 

January 5 

10 

February 10 

March 26 

1658. 

April 9 

21 

May 19 

June 9 

July 7 

10 

14 

August 6 

7 

9 

October 6 

13 

20 

30 

November 3 

10 

24 

December 10] 



The pen has been drawn through this entry. 



MARRIAGES. 



123 



Daniel Ferrar and Anne Croysdale, 
John Matthew and Jane Hare, 
Sampson Bayne and Anne Boococke, 
Matthew Flather and Sarah Harrison, 
Nath : Hare and Susan : Scarr, 
William Bankes and Grace Thompson, 
James Milner and Sarah Bentley, 
Eobert Burnell and Katherine Atkinson, 
Lyonell Fletcher and Jane Ferrar, 
John Brooke and Mary Copley, 
Samuel Kitching and Mary Earle, 
Christopher Tompson and Elizabeth Foster, 
Edmund Robinson and Ellin Toppin, 



Timo : El wood and Alice Holdsworth, 
Mich : Riley and Mary Hilhouse, 
Isaac Murgatroyd and Sarah Mallinson, 
Robert Sugden and Martha Murgatroyd, 
Anthony Alderson and Sarah Goodall, 
Daniel Gaunt and Elizabeth Hilhouse, 
John Dufton and Anne Bucktrout, 
Matthew Hollins and Anne Dawson, 
John Wilcocke and Sarah Hollingworth, 
Richard Thompson and Ellin : Holly, 
John Crabtree and Mary Hollins, 
Richard Liegh and Martha Holdsworth, 
John Jefferson and Sarah Mershall, 
Mr. Peter Sunderland and Grace* Bucke, 
Christopher Roades and Beatrix Roades, 
John Dransfield and Elizabeth Wommersley, 
Samuel Mosse and Anne Browne, 
William Westerman and Anne Hirst, 
Anthony Williamson and Sarah Webster, 
William Coggell and Grace Turner, 
Joseph Browne and Mary Hargrave, 
John Gaunt and Susan : Lacocke, 
William Ramsden and Mary Kendall, 

* In Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, 1665, Surtees Society, page 
360, she is called Mary, daughter of Richard, whereas her father's 
name was Laurence Buck. 



1658. 

December 16 

16 

January 1 

6 

27 

February 2 

4 

16 

21 

21 

23 

March 3 

26 

1659. 

April 12 

28 

May 4 

15 

15 

21 

September 2 

2 

11 

15 

22 

October 12 

November 13 

15 

18 

December 13 

January 18 

February 13 

19 

20 

28 

29 

March 6 



124 



MARRIAGES. 



William Moore and Dorothy Lumby, 

Stephen Sowden and Katherine Dawson, 
George Flather and Judeth Shaw, 
Joseph Mershell and Judeth Lyster, 
Joseph Croft and Martha Boococke, 
John Sugden and Mary Turton, 
Thomas Kobinson and Sarah Grymeshaw, 
John Raistricke and Mary Bunny, 
Thomas Norton and Sarah Whearter, 
Robert Bell and Sybbell Lunne, 
James Pearson and Anne Whitley, 
Henry Barraclough and Hannah Mitchell, 
John Jowett and Dinah Pighells, 
Abraham Hainworth* and Elizabeth Gaunt, 
Richard Busby and Grace Shyars, 
Samuel Drake and Ellin : Leadbeater, 
Will : Scalls and Mary Hilhouse, 
John Scott and Grace Priestley, 
Joseph Lyster and Mary Fawer, 
Thomas Wharton and Susannah Sowden, 
Philip Pearson and Elizabeth Scot, 
Samuel Smith and Susan : Meckall, 
Samuel Sowden and Rebeccah Ferrar, 
Thomas Brooke and Mary Stainforth, 
Jonas Thornton and Alice Hemsworth, 
Francis Harrison and Widow Bloomer, 

Jonas Thornton and Alice Hemsworth, 
Christopher Rangill and Beatrix Kitson, 
Francis Shaw and Beatrix Walton, 
Edmund Jennings and Susanna Hutchinson, 
Joshua Rawson and Anne Sowden, 
Thomas Cowper and Sarah Armitage, 
William Barras and Anne Howgate, 
John Haw and Mary Milner, 
Michael Riley and Mary Dighton, 
William Flather and Elizabeth Wade, 

* Of Oldcoates, See Memorandum Book of Sir 
iAdd. M.S. 27, 418; under date 17 Feb.. 1(;99-1700. 



1C59. 
March 19 

1660. 

April 6 
24 

May 15 
Aue:ust 5 



September 6 

12 

October 2 

8 

8 

10 

11 

11 

21 

25 

November 15 

29 

December 16 

20 

January 16 

February 6 

6 

24 

24 

1661. 

March 29 

May 3 

15 

18 

26 

30 

Julys 

3 

17 

August 28 

Walter Calverley 



MARRIAGES. 



125 



Bryan Milner and Ellizabeth Wilson, 
John Wardman and Elizabeth Wilson, 
Joseph Hirst and Sarah Sharper, 
George Turner and Sarah Turner, 
Thomas Hfirper and Dorothy Cossen, 
William Hainworth and Elizabeth Snowden, 
William Wise and Anne Walker, 
Jeremiah Hogg and Sarah Wilson, 
John Brayshay and Susan : Nickols, 
John Wilson and Sarah Gaut, 
Stephen Stout and Hannah Nettleton, 
Abraham Knowles and Hannah Wilkinson, 
Samuel Pollard and Widow Dawson, 



1661. 

September 19 

19 

October 9 

14 

25 

25 

November 12 

27 

December 18 

January 19 

26 

February 2 

10 

^^^^^^^ l(i62. 
William Huttou and Anne Aykeroyd, "*■**" April 8 

George Skirrow and Hannah Powen^'^-*^"""""- "^^ 19 

William Kellett and Grace Ellis, 23 

Jonas Smith and Grace Burnet, May 1 

Henry Nettleton and Jane Pollard, 11 

John Nickols and Mary Welfitt, 14 

Henry Barraclough and Martha Nettleton, '2S 

Robert Howgate and Sarah Watterworth, 28 

William Fowler and Mary Craven, 29 

John Hobson and Elizabeth Gargrave, June 14 

William Ferrar and Susanna Lodge, 11 

John Wilkinson and Elizabeth Theakstone, 16 

John Gelderd and Sarah Thresh, 16 

Edmund Coldsforth and Ann Saunders, July 9 

Richard Ferrar and Alice Gant, 19 

William Ward and Susanna Deane, August 27 

Walter Calverley, Esq.,* and Mrs. Frances Thompson, 
daughterof Henry Thompson, of Asholt, Esq. September 

19 



* Walter Calverley, Esq., was the son of Henry Calverley, of Cal- 
verley, Esq. He was baptized at Calverley, (see vol. 1, pp. 92 and 
118, and also the Additional Notes to this volume). He married 
Frances, the daughter and heiress of Henry Thompson, of Esholt, 
Esq., and thus became possessed of that estate, as well as of the 
rectory and manor of Bromtield, Cumberland, and other properties in 
that county. These estates had been granted to another Henry 



126 



MARRIAGES. 



Thomas Tullan and Sarah Lambert, 
James Roads and Anne Midgley, 
Thomas Sharpe and Mary Mann, 
Thomas Harrison and Agnes Cousin, 
Richard Booth and Anne Grave, 
John Goodall and Anne Stead, of Tong, 
Jeremiah Crabtree and Cicily Harper^ 
Thomas Glogg*' and Grace Smith, 
James Kighley and Grace Fielding, 
Isaac Walker and Grace Fothergill, 
Henry Appleby and Helena Addison, 
Thomas Briggs and Sarah Manklands, 
Anthony Hodgson and Anne Bingley, 
John Butler and Jennett Syzer, 
Nicolas Browne and Mary Thompson, 
Martin Lyster and Frances Rookes, 

"William Mershall and Mary Stansfield, 

Anthony Stead and Cicily Bilcroft, 

Thomas Syzer and Mary Murgatroyd, 

John Dighton and Mary Crowther, 

John Jubb and Alice Mason, 

Samuel Stable and Mary Belhouse, 

Mr. Richard Thorpe and Mrs. Martha Richardson,f 

Licentia, July 8 

William Gibson and Sarah Fletcher, 8 

Tho: Goodall and Marger: Stainforth, August 19 

Rich : Gaunt and Alice Margeson, September 2 

Thomas Lacocke and Esther Watterworth, November 4 

.lonathan Deuby and Mary Deuby, 5 

John Wilkinson and Ellen Sayle, 9 

Simeon Bell and Judeth Aldersley, 12 

John Scaiffe and Anne Kuowles, December 23 

John Headlam and Sarah Benson, 31 

Thompson, ancestor of the above, by Henry VIII, in exchange for 
the Maison-do-Dieu, at Dover, which the king had given him in re- 
cognition of gallant services at the siege of Bologne. For further 
particulars see a note in Add. MS. 27,412, fo. 217 and 217b, (which I 
intend to give in the Memorandum Book of Sir Walter Calrerley, 
Bart., 8urtees Society.) 

* Qu. Glegg, Clogg? t Mrs. Martha Pachardson. 



1662. 

September 23 

October 3 

27 

November 7 

10 

December 2 

3 

10 

23 

24 

January 19 

20 

22 

February 10 

11 

26 

1663. 

April 21 

22 

May 1 

13 

20 

June 23 



MARRIAGES. 



127 



John Wilson and Mary Swayne, 
Edw : Wood and Mary Hainworth, 
William^ Jenkinson and Elizabeth Mitchell, 
C Richard ljVkeroyd, Mr. John Smith, 
< Josua Broadley^ George Booth, 
(^ John Lumby, John Sandall. 



1663. 
February 10 
10 
22 

> Churchwardens. 



Robert Squire and Elizabeth Wood, 
Thomas Fenton and Anne Carter, 
Jonath: Hopkinson and Mary Mortimer, 
John Wilson and Elizabeth Towne, 
John Birch and Martha Batley, 
Samuel Tennant and Mary Barraclough, 
Samuel Belhouse and Christian Robinson, 
John Liegh and Anne Sowden, 
Richard Croysdale and Elizabeth Umpleby, 
William Crabtree and Rebecca Husler, 
Hugh Whittaker and Ellen Brooke, 
Christopher Roades and Mercy Brooke, 
JohnCordingley and Anne Mosse, 
William Belhouse and Margeret Tayler, 
Jonas Walker and Sarah Baynes, 
Samuel Crabtree and Jane Hallewell, 
Michael Gargrave and Mary Lyster, Licentia, 
Christopher Carter and Mary Dighton, 
John Peele and Mary Tennant, 
John Child and Judeth Roberts, 
George Lee and Mary Fenton, 
William Mosse and Sarah Copley, 
Thomas Roberts and Elizabeth Wainwright, 
Richard Gott and Sarah Atkinson, 
Martin Wilson and Margaret Smith, 
Samuel Hobson and Mary Utley, 
Robert Busfield and Judeth Hargrave, 
j Thomas Hollingworth, Thomas Archer, 
\ William Flather, Thomas Slater, 



John Nettleton, 



Richard Simpson, 



William Wade and Grace Scholes, 



1664. 

April 11 

11 

13 

30 

May 8 

18 

June 8 

22 

22 

July 6 

7 

13 

August 11 

18 

September 15 

21 

27 

28 

October 10 

13 

26 

November 16 

27 

December 2 

4 

January 23 

26 

Churchwar- 
dens, 1664. 

1665. 
April 24 



128 



MARRIAGES. 



1665. 

Thomas Jackson and Elizabeth Gant, April 25 

"William Turner and Isabel Fowler, May 10 

Richard Abbot and Mary Hainworth, June 1 

James Rayleton and Ann Sympson, 6 

Robert Lumby and Ann Riley, 11 

Matthew Stead and Jennett Sowden, 14 

Francis Denton and Martha Fairbanke, ' 15 

John Roberts and Anne Read, July 12 

John Wade and Jane Milner, 26 

Robert Sugden, senior, and Sarah Lyster, 31 

Thomas Bayne and Mary Yeadall, August 3 

Jonathan Tasker and Mary Dickinson, 24 

John Raylton and Grace Wood, 30 
Thomas Bucktrout and Hannah Watterworth, September 28 

John Batty and Mary Booth, October 10 

James Booth and Sarah Riley, November 6 

John Powell and Esther Powell, 6 

Thomas Hollingworth and Mary Lawson, December 1 

Zechariah Yeadall and Mary Lawson, January 15 

William Smith and Grace Fairbanke, 16 

William Jackson and Anne Ward, 28 

iJohn Hare, William Moss, ) 

William Waid, John Slater, > Churchwardens. 

William Jenkinson, John Hodgson, ) 

1666. 

William Riley and Mary Swayne, April 23 

Timothy Ferrar and Agnes Booth, 26 

James Jewitt and Mary Fletcher, May 16 

John Metcalfe and Beatrix Longfellow,* 20 

Thomas Liegh and Anne Robinson, 20 

Joseph Mancklands and Susanna Hare, 20 

John Pontefract and Grace Hobson, June 13 

Daniel Holdsworth and Cicily Barraclough, 13 

Thomas Archer and Jennet Lupton, 27 

William Coates and Sarah Stables, July 18 

Peter Hawksby and Alice Walker, 18 

George Hudson and Mary Gargrave, 18 

Edward Wilkinson and Mary Aumbler, 31 

* Longfellow, see Additional Notes at the end of this volume. 



MARRIAGES. 



129 



1666. 



Humphrey Hutchinson and Susanna Dlingworth, August 8 

Richard Waller and Rebeccah Busfield, 19 
Robert Midgeley and Alice Busfield, September 20 

John Hodgson and Hannah Jewitt, October 14 

Richard Gant and Anne Langley, licentia, 30 

Edward Williamson and Mary Gap]3S, November 8 

Thomas Williamson and Sarah W^illiamson, 15 

John Oggden and Dorothy Edmondson, 22 

! Thomas Fletcher, Thomas Butterfield, ] 
John Guelder, Thomas Slater, ■ Churchwardens. 

John Hey, Richard Sympsou. j 

1667. 

W^illiam Robinson and Ruth Powell, April 9 

John Todd and Mary Hare, 15 

Edward Scott and Judeth Kellett, 22 

William Ferrar and Elizabeth Ferrar, 23 

Matthew Beeston and Jane England, May 1 

Samuel Marshall and Anna Stansfield, 1 

Thomas Watterworth and Isabel Metcalfe, 8 

Thomas Watterworth and Mary Chapman, 8 

Thomas Ledgard and Katherine Hobson, 12 

Thomas Bankes and Grace Amor, June 5 

William Gaunt and Sarah Crosley, 12 

Joseph Armitage and Judeth Walker, 19 

John France and Esther Thompson, 20 

Samuel Ward and EUinor Tillison, July 17 

John Adcocke and Mary Mann, 21 

Andrew Hare and Elizabeth Freeman, August 4 

Elias Hinchball and Sarah Jackson, 12 

George Booth and Margaret Prockter, 14 

Robert Denby and Elizabeth Lademan, 14 

Thomas Turner aad Rebeccah Walton, 19 

Abraham Turner and Elizabeth Glover, 28 

James Onyon and Susanna Smith, September 19 

Robert Watkinson and Jane Denton, October 9 

Nicholas Kitching and Anne Walker, 9 

William Jenkinson and Susanna Murgatroyd, 10 

John Lobley and Sarah Hobson, 1 6 

William Barhouse and Martha Hall, 23 



180 



MARRIAGES. 



1667. 

October 30 

31 

November 3 

25 

27 

January 13 

29 

29 

February 2 

March 22 

Churchwardens. 



Robert Preston and Sarah Thornton, 
Bernard Dawson and Mary Hudson, 
William Oxley and Elizabeth Clayton, 
Henry Shaw and Jane Chapman, 
William Liegh and Hannah Chapman, 
John Stevenson and Mary Walton, 
William Farrar and Elizabeth Wormwell, 
John Myars and Anne Liversedge, 
Henry Foster and Mary Wood, 
David Hodgson and Anne Atkinson, 

( Edward Allanbridge, Richard Gant, ] 

I Jeremiah Flather, John Bucke, > 

( William Wilson, John Midgley ) 

1668. 
Thomas Kirtane and Hannah Smith, March 25 

William Denby and Elizabeth Skelton, April 2 

George Thompson and Alice Thompson, licentia, 9 

John Wood and Anne Parkinson, 9 

William Atkinson and Margaret Akeroyd, 22 

Thomas Tayler and Mary Bankes, May 17 

Joseph Yickers and Judeth Brashay, 1 7 

James Crabtree and Anne Flesher, June 2 

John Wrigglesworth and Sarah Capps, August 5 

Jonathan Gaunt and Judeth Hilhouse, 5 

John Calvert and Jane Suggden, 5 

Christopher Pollard and Mary Holliugworth, 17 

Robert Grave and Margaret Kellet, 24 

Joseph Collinson and Margaret Hall, licentia, 31 

William Farrar and Grace Smith, licentia, September 20 
John Rogers and Elizabeth Squire, 23 

William Harrison and Mary Maud, October 14 

Richard Stringer and Elizabeth Foulshaw, 25 

John Strickland and Ruth Glensover, November 5 

William Cottom and Sarah Jenkinson, 12 

William Preston and Grace Seigswicke, 29 

Jeremiah Gant and Beatrix Broomitt, January 27 

Samuel Austen and Sarah Myars, February 2 

Thomas Butterfield and Ellin : Pearson, 17 

John Midgley and Mary Pearson, 20 



markiaCtES. 131 

1GG8. 

{Henry Haist, Stephen Stout, ] 

Andrew Smith, Thomas Ledgard, > Churchwardens. 

Thomas Hutchinson, William Farrar. ) 

1669. 
Samuel Nettleton and Phoebe Watson, April 12 

Samuel Tennaut and Jennet Holmes, 14 

Miles Dixon and Mary Kitching:, 28 

James Harrison and Anne Aumbler, May 19 

John Oxner and x\lice Burnley, 20 

W^illiam Foster and Anne Scaiffe, June 2() 

Thomas Child and Sarah Wilson, ^0 

Edward Liegh and Mary Darinborough,* 30 

James Booth and Sarah Browne, 30 

Joseph Wade and Grace Leach, July 7 

William Calvert and Jane Vickers, 7 

William Harper and Margaret Chapman, xA.ugust 5 

Richard Wade and Mary Stringer, 18 

Richard Barret and Susanna Harper, 24 

John Turton and Esther Raistricke, 30 

John Hargrave and Anne Baytes, September 8 

Tristram Hare and Jennet Archer, 22 

John Sandall and Margeret Smith, at Tong, licentia, 

September 19 

* Darnborough. See Walbran's 3Iemo7'ials of Fountains Ahhey, 
(Surtees Soc.) p. otiO. 

1645. Will of John Dariibrook, of Bradford, dated 13 Aug.. 1(343, 
pr. 29 Oct., 1645, mentions Barbara Parkinson, Agnes, Barbara, 
William, David s. and d. of John P., of Bradford, deceased ; brother 
Francis and sister Jane, two nephews, Wilfray Darnbrooke (see 
Calverley Registers, vol. 1, p. 132.) and Henry D. " my brother's 
sonnes,'" ; " Margeret my wife, 1667." 

Will of Robert Darnbrook, of Scolebrook, in the Lordship of Tong, 
tanner,, 22, April, 1667. mentions Ellen his wife, William D., eldest 
son: Mary, daughter, John, his son, '']2d. as his childe's portion." 
James, testator's son. Witnesses, Roger D. and Richard Goodall. 

1701. Darnbrough, Wm.. of Pudsey, will pr., mentions Sarah, his 
wife, and John his son, a minor. 

1741. Darnbrough, John, of Pudsey, T. R. P. 

1719. Darnbrough, Wm., of Wakefield, Blacksmith, wife Eleanora ; 
adm. to creditors. 

1741. Two John Darnbroughs. (qu. father and son?) voted for 
Fox, the Tory candidate for lands in Pudsey. 

See also Additional Notes. 



132 



MARRIAGES. 



Thomas Cousin and Mary Gommersall, 
William Bake and Anne Howson, 
Robert Langstraw and Grace Scot, 
Thomas Bloomer and Ann Hill, 
I John Strickland, Marmaduke Warwick, 
< Daniel Thackray, Samuel Lumby, 
( Jer : Welfitt, Thomas Leigh, 



Henry Croft and Susanna Kellett, 
Henry Adcocke and Mary Sands, 
John Oggden and Elizabeth Hirst, 
Cuthbert Liegh and Sarah Pratt, 
Samuel Bairstow and Mary Sowden, 
William Deacon and Margaret Hodo'son, 
Richard Thompson and Bridgett Atkinson 
Thomas Swayne and Judeth Clarke, 
Robert Howgate and Sarah Wilkinson, 
John Chapman and Margaret Belhouse, 
Richard Farrar and Grace Downes, 
Thomas Elliot and Rebecca Thackery, 
William Child and Esther Goodall, 
Christopher Waring and Mary Hill, 
William Stables and Margaret Ledgard, 
William Oggden and Mary Cousin, 
Thomas Grymeshaw and Sarah Dawson, 

{Robert Snowden, John Wilson, 
Samuel Mosse John Lobley, 
William Lepton, Robt : Carrocke. 

1671. 

John Musgrave and Margaret Twisleton, April 26 

Joseph Ricroft and Grace Prockter, May 24 

Thomas Armitage and Mary Kirkman, 28 

William Denby and Sarah Scaiffe, June 6 

James Scaife and Ann Akid, 7 

John Bowlton and Mary Dytch, July 23 

* To this date the entries have been copied from an older book ; 
after this, they are the original entries, and for eight years the regis- 
ters were negligently kept, the writing being most slovenly. (See 
page 51.) 



1669. 
October 20 
November 3 
17 

30 

Churchwar- 
dens. 

1670. 

April 10 

17 

25 

May 12 

July 13 

August 4 

21 

23 

31 

September 21 

October 24 

November 15 

30 

December 1 

February 21 

March 5 

6 

Churchwardens. 



MARRIAGES. 



13: 



Thomas Cowl ton and Grace Hall, 
John Widdup and Elizabeth Feather, 
Edward Wade and Elizabeth Parker, 
John Walker and Judith Broadley, 
(Michael ?) Claughton and Ellen Baggfoote, 



i Richard Gyll, Thomas Syzer, 
Samuel Wayde, William Dawson, 
Richard Farrar, Thomas Harper. 



1671. 

August 23 

October 4 

4 

February 7 

April 8 



Churchwardens. 



William Scaife and Epham Holmes, 
William Smith and Sarah Wainwright, 
Francis Cawtherey and Sarah Booth, 
Timothy Hare and Sarah Suttlaiffe, 
Thomas Stansfeild and Ann Smith, 
John Hall and Beatrix Myars, 
James Poole and Rebeccah Waller, 
John Grave and Mary Hammand, 
Jeremiah Bower and Esther Suggden, 
John Walterson and Ann Warde, 
Henery Butterfeild and Martha Stansfeild, 
William Kellett and Sarah Morgan, 
John Sladen and Ellen Kirkman, 
John Fairbanke and Dinah Bloomer, 
John Dawson and Martha Smithys, 
Robert Smith and Anne Dicouson, 
Christopher Swayne and Dorothy Gaunt, 
( Thomas Browne, Marke Hilhouse, 
< William Robinson, Thomas Milner, 
( Martin Dawson, Cuthbert Leigh. 

Thomas Bankes and Barbarah Gybson, 
John Hinchcliffe and Elizabeth Kendall, 
Robert Carrocke aud Mary Medley, 
John Spurr and Mary Skirrow, 
Samuell Farrer and Sarah Whittakers, 
John Bredericke and Hannah Musgraye, 
Samuel Hilhouse and Sarah Ryley, 
John Wood and Mary Mydgley, 
Mathew Foster and Jane Bowlton, 



1672. 

April 23 

May 8 

12 

June 20 

August 31 

September 11 

15 

October 10 

13 

Noyember 10 

13 

December 4 

4 

January 22 

23 

23 

February 5 

Churchwardens. 



1673. 

May 7 

July 14 

19 

October 2 

23 

November 19 

23 

December 14 

January 21 



134 



MARRIAGES. 



107:5. 
Thomas Davison and Hannah Gaunt, February 11 

John Pickerd and Mary Vickers, 25 

I John Rawson, Daniel Gaunt, ] 

^ Thomas Farebanke, James Booth, > Churchwardens. 

f Gabriel Dodgson, John Slater. ) 

lfi74. 
William Kitson and Grace Thompson, May 6 

Jeremy Ash ton and Mercy Marshall, 14 

Edward Leigh and Ann Fenton, June 8 

William Firth and Elizabeth Harrison, 17 

William Norton and Mary Booth, 23 

Isaac Firth and Mary Gibson, August 19 

John Eudd and Ellen Crosley, 26 

Richard A gland and Sarah Blackburne, September 24 

Michaell Fenton and Epham Suttlaiffe, October 22 

John Butterfield and Sibbel Knowls, January 27 

John Wood and Mary Ryley, February 1 5 

Edward Walton and Mary Broadley, April 5 

{Francis Knowles, John Powell, ] 

Edward Smith, Samuel Stables, > Churchwardens. 
William Bucke, Thomas Watter worth. ) 

1675. 
Christopher Frickleton and Mercy Wellfitt, licentia, March 

25 
Richard Croysdale and !Mary Fletcher, 
Henry Settle and Phebe Hilhouse, 
Jeremiah Watterworth and Elizabeth Story, 
Matthew Milner and Hannah Ryley, 
Daniel Gaunt and Grace Lumby, 
George Paper and Sarah Gates, 
Robert Barker and Catharine Dodgson, 
John Parke and Martha Clegge, 
Thomas Thompson and Mary Hawkell, 
George Bucktroute and Ann Flather, 
i Mr. Geo : Richardson, Joshua Lumby, 
•^ Joseph Kitchinge, Richard Sergeson, 
( Mr. John Purdy, Samuell Marshall. 



April 21 

24 

25 

August 8 

15 

October 6 

19 

24 

November 3 

February 2 

Churchwar- 
dens. 



Richard Shaw and Alice Vickers, 



1676. 
April 26 



MARRIAGES. 



135 



1676. 
Robert Hilhouse and Ann Farewell, May 15 

Robert Hudson and Mary Bland, June 12 

Mr. Thomas Cooke and Mrs. Hannah Sale, licentia, 21 



July 16 

23 

September 5 

October 4 

11 

December 14 

January 24 

February 17 

Churchwardens. 



Abraham Home and Ann Crabtree 
Jonathan Aldersley and Mary CuUingworth 
Edward Sands and Sarah Stansfield, 
Samuel Thackerey and Elizabeth Leoman, 
Abraham Grave and Mary Waring, 
Francis Walton and Judith Walker, 
Leonard Robincon and Mary Lobley, 
Timothy Reyner and Judith Hammand, 

i Jonas Smith, William Atkinson 

William Nicholls, Samuel Swayne, 
Richard Lobley, James Booth, J 

1677. 
Joseph Funtons* and Mercy Frickleton, April 6 

Samuel Walton and Mary Tennaut, 15 

Jonathan Scaife and Ann Hazzell, May 6 

Abraham Hill and Susannah Greene, June 4 

Isaac Lupton and Ann Langdale, 4 

John Hare and Ann Clarke, 20 

Edward Hartley and Sarah Jowett, July 4 

Richard Murgatroyd and Mary Pollard, 4 

Francis Hartley and Sarah Booth, 9 

Thomas Drake and Mary Bland, 11 

Samuel Threapland and Sarah (Turton ?) August 1 

Joseph Wilkinson and Ann Farrar, 8 

Thomas Fairbanke and Mary Waide, 1 9 

Jeremiah Wilson and Ann Gallaway, 22 

Jeremiah Gaunt and Mary Prockter, September 5 

Edward Kitching and Margaret Leigh, 12 

George Leigh and Elizabeth Craven, October 3 

Jonas Curtan and Mary Glover, 7 

Anthony Raistricke and Elizabeth Wilson, 17 

Samuel Whitehead and Grace Kitching, November 19 

Jonathan Crowther and Susannah Hutchinson, February 10 
( Bernard Dawson, Richard Shay, ) 
I Joshua Broadley, William Rudd, > Churchwardens. 
( William Jowett, Robert Lumby. J 
* Fountains. 



136 



]UARRIAGES. 



John Skirrow and Ann Baildon, 
John Duffton and Ann Croft, 
"William Pasley and Ann Steade, 
Timothy Farrer and Ann Curtane, 
John Barraclough and Mary Oggden, 
Roger Wilkinson and Mary Birch, 
Richard Rowndhill and Rebeckah Dufffcon, 
Thomas Hill and Ann Pawson, 
Thomas Goodall and Elizabeth Child, 
Tobias Croft and Sarah Claughton, 
Robert Leigh and Grace Chapman, 
John Cousen and Beatrix Jowett, 
George Harrison and Mary Ryley, 
George Birch and Ann Butterfeild, 
Abraham Hilhouse and Susannah Swaine, 
William Broadley and Ruth Eastwood, 
Daniel Broadley and Abigail Thackeray, 
William Robinson and Ann Falshay, 

i Richard Aske, Joseph Tickers, 

. Edward Waide, Jeremy Crabtree 

(Thomas Slater, John Wilson. 

1679. 

Henry Scott and Mercy Coates, April 21 

Thonias Houghton and Jaine Foster, 22 

John Galloway and Ann Lalley, 22 

John Ghuelder and Sarah Farebanke, 23 

John Turton and Sarah Suggdeu, 23 

William Pollard and Mary Stanhope, 30 

Robert Swaine and Mary Calverley, 30 

James Ellis and Mary Harper, June 9 

William Fenton and Sarah Chippingdale, 10 
Christopher Hodgson and Mary HoUingworth, September 10 

Thomas Hlingworth and Mary Crabtree, 11 

Thomas Fenton and Jane Harrison, 16 

Henry Bland and Elizabeth Harrison, 17 

Joshua Baily and Sarah Cuttell, 18 

John Marshall and Mary Waide, 23 
Timothy Iredale {or Ivedale) and Grace Wood, licentia, 29 

Robert Farrar and Dorothy Wildman, October 15 



1C78. 
April 4 
May 9 
'20 
July 7 
21 
30 
August 7 
12 
October 1 
4 
5 
15 
17 
27 
30 
January 19 
28 
February 25 



Churchwardens. 



MARRIAGES. 



13: 



1679. 

John Lnmby and Abis^ail Hain worth, October 23 

John Newell and Mercy Picklieard, November 13 

David Wilson and Ellin Leigh, 19 

Thomas Buckten and ElizabethHaist, 26 

John Bentley and Martha Hudson, January 14 

James Constantine and Esther Jackson, 18 

Richard Buckden and Susan Roades, February 1 1 

Joseph Gaunt and Elizabeth Wood, 23 

j William Lumby James Constantine, ] 

< John Kent, John Buck Churchwardens. 

( John Hare, Martin Dawson. J 

1680. 

Christopher Dufton and Ann Summersgill, April 12 

William Sutliffe and Judith Clerke, 12 

William Wood and Sarah Emison, 12 

John Butler and Martha Calvert, 28 

Thomas Peirson and Grace Coates, May 5 

Leonard Spence and Ann Burch, 9 

Robert Hlingworth and Isabell Sowden, 15 

William Silson and Sarah Butler, 26 

Andrew W^ade and Mary Squires, 30 

Samuel Wilkinson and Sarah Fenton, 31 

Richard Coates and Mercy Wayte, 31 

William Dawson and Dorothy Exley, June 3 

John Watterhouse and Isabell Dracopp, 16 

John Thornton and Ann Grave, 27 

Henry Hare and Mary Harper, 30 

William Wade and Dinah Bowlton, July 28 

Isaac Hainworth and Sarah Wilkinson, August {Manic) 

William Walton and Ann W^ard, September 8 

John Horsfall and Martha Medley, 12 

John Swaine and Jane Garnet, 13 

Anthony Butler and Mary Croysdall, 1 5 

Miles Oddey and Fraunces Welfit, 30 

William Sheepheard and Susan Webster, 30 

Japhet Atkinson and Ann Roberts, October 20 

John Myres and Sarah Fletcher, 20 

John Scot and Sarah Hutchinson, licentia, 21 

William Kendell and Ann Baynes, November S 



i:i8 



MARRIAGES. 



William Raistrick and Sarah Vickers, 
Joseph Manklands and Mary Abbot, 
William Pasley and Mary Clarke, 
Jonas Hargraves and Faith Hill, 
John Sandall and Mary Baumfirth, 
i William Thompson, Jonas Bower, 
' John Guelder, John Stead, jun. 

( James Pierson, William Hammand. 



1680. 

November 10 

20 

22 

January 26 

February 14 

Churchwardens. 



(gutiaf0* 



1649. 

Stephen Powell, October 2 

John England, of Idle, December 1 

AVife of John Lumby, of Stanningley, 14 

Anne, d. of Sam Ire, January 14 

Sarah Gargrave, 18 

Mary Wilkinson, of Idle, February 17 

William Barhouse, 27 

Jonas AYilkinson, March 8 

Thomas, s. of John AUanbridge, 17 

Robert Seetwine, 18 

Widdow Lepton, of Pudsey, 21 

1650. 

Thomas Poyd, of Pudsey, March 26 

Robert Craven, of Wrose, 30 

John, s. of Francis Drake, April 9 

James Kieghley, 26 

William Crabtree, of Stanningley, May 20 

William Beckitt, June 3 

Elizabeth Craven, of W^rose, 28 

Thomas Wilson, of Pudsey, July 1 

Christopher Browne, x\ugust 2 

James Bawmforth, 18 

Dinah, wife of James Lepton, 29 

Elizabeth, wife of John Dyson, September 12 

Ralph Swann, of Idle, 30 

Wife of James Kieghley, October 12 

W^iddow Kieghley, of Wrose, 19 

A child of Mr. Richard Milner, (blank) 



140 BURIALS. 

1650. 

^Margaret, d. of Robert Kellit, December 13 

Christopher, s. of Samuel Ward, of Piidsey, 26 

Mary, wife of John Walker, 26 

Wife of John Gaunt, 30 

Anthony s. of Wm : Smith, January 5 

John Nelson, 6 

Zachariah Nelson, 16 

Ellinor Goodall, 27 

Matthew Johnson, of Pudsey, February 23 

Sarah Nelson, of Pudsey, 25 

Robert Farrar, of Pudsey, 28 

Clare, wife of Thomas Briggs, of Apperley, March 4 

Thomas Craven, 7 

A d. of Edw : Harrison, 11 

Sarah, d. of Andrew Hare, 16 

1651. 

Robert Swayne, March 25 

Hannah Nelson, April 1 

John Raistrick's daughter, • 2 

Margaret Potter, 12 

Elizabeth wife of Andrew Thompson, 12 

Sarah, d. of Peter Pickersgill, 19 

Margaret wife of Thomas Tonge, 24 

Dinah, d. of Ralph Swayne, 30 

Ann Lambert, May 1 

Samuel s. of Mr. Robt : Milner, July 28 

Margaret wife of George Waringe, 29 

Susan, d. of Michael Pollard, August 18 

Mrs. Mary Welfitt, September 19 

'[Viddow Roades, of Thorpe, September 20 



^Ailice Hodgson, of Apperley, 20 

«****''''*«^ah, wife of Thomas Cordingley, 29 

Sarah, d. of John Hollingworth, October 8 

Elizabeth, d. of George Waring, 23 

Widdow Stringer, of Idle, 25 

Mary, d. of Mr. John Mason, 31 

John Thomas, November 2 

John Nettleton, December 12 

Dorothy, d. of Henry Atkinson, 13 

Mary Nelson, of Idle, 21 



BURIALS. 


141 




1651. 


Thomas Hodgson, of Apperley, 


December 24 


Mr. Henry Calverley, Esquire, 


January 2 


Grace, wife of Christopher Walker, 


5 


Alice, wife of Roger Wilkinson, 


16 


George Peele wife, 


24 


Thomas, s. of John Smith, of Pudsey, 


February 19 


Jonas Booth, of Idle, 


27 


Samuel Nichols, 


March 14 


Mary, wife of Ealph Swayne, 


24 




1652. 


Thomas Walker, of Pudsey, 


March 30 


George son of George Peele, 


30 


Widdow Cottom, of Idle, 


April 15 


William Cottom, 


22 


Richard s. of George Waring, 


May 15 


Mary Broadley, 


25 


Ann, d. of Andrew Thompson, 


July 7 


Sarah Nelson, 


August 31 


Sarah, wife of Joseph Thackery, 


September 16 


James Brown, 


October 11 


Christopher Lyster, 


November 18 


Alexander, s. of Mr. Robt : Milner, 


December 24 


Ann Pilling, 


26 


Richard Grave, 


January 10 


Richard Burrage, 


25 


Peter Smith, 


February 5 


William Williamson, of Pudsey, 


8 


Henry Nettleton, 


15 


Issabel Farrer, of Pudsey, 


March 7 


Jeremiah Caps,* of Idle, 


17 




1653. 


Thomas Bowes, 


April 4 


John Brayshay, of Wadlands, 


May 2 


Joseph Holsworth, of Banke-house, 


3 


Margaret Browne, 


16 


Elizabeth, wife of William Smith, 


June 5 


Beatrix, wife of Walter Farrer, 


July 8 


Richard Ellis, of Thorpe, 


14 


Grace, wife of Robt : Brayshay, 


18 


* Capes. 





142 



BURIALS. 



1653. 

Marv, wife of Mr. Pearson, 26 

George Hargrave, 23 

Thomas Monton, August 2 

Mary, wife of John Lyster, September 5 

Jeremiah, s. of Wm : Atkinson, of Pudsey, 9 

Richard Stansfield, 10 

Peter Musgrave, 10 

Dorothy, w. of Christopher Milner, of Pudsey, February 19 

Jerem : s. of John Vickers, of Idle Parke, 19 

Mercy, s. of Wm : Swayue, of Idle Parke, March 6 

A child of Jacob Ellison, of Windhill, 10 

William, son of Samuel Lumby, of Pudsey, 18 

James Wimmersley, of Woodhall, 24 

William Lumby, of Pudsey, 24 

1654. 

A d. of John Dracup, of Idle, April 6 

Margaret, d. of Thomas Hird, of Idle, 15 

Thomas Smith, of Parsley, 2t 

Susanna, d. of Walter Yeadon, May 20 

Mary, d. of Mary Ptishforth, of Parsley, 27 

Ellin Cottom, ofldle, 31 

Jennet Ashley, of Parsley, June 18 

An infant of William Atkinson, of Pudsey, 21 

A d. of Jonas Booth, of Windhill, July 7 

Jennet Birkhead, ofldle, 11 

An infant of Robert Kellitt, of Pudsey, 15 

Susanna, w. of John Williamson, of Pudsey, 19 

John, s. of John Blackburue, of Chatburne, August 9 

A s. of Edward Swayne, of Idle, 16 

Grace, d. of William Hare, of Calverley, 19 

Henry Wilson, of Parsley, September 5 

Thomas Kitching, of Parsley, 8 

Abraham Hobson, of Idle, 1 1 

Susanna Dighton, of Pudsey, 18 

An infant of John Dickinson, of Pudsey, 29 

Phillip Fairwell, of Calverley, October 4 

Dorothy, d. of Rowland Milner, of Pudsey, 8 

Alice, d. of William Batt, 24 
Alice, d. of William Croysdall, Quaker, ofOwle Coates, 24 

Esther, d. of William Raistricke, of Pudsey, 26 



BURIALS. 

Samuel Farrer, of Idle, 

Isabel Bawmforth, of Idle, 

Thomas, s. of Michael Fenton, of Pudsey, 

Robert, s. of Robert Snowden, of Wadlands, 

Sarah, d. of Mr. John Smith, of Pudsey, 

Alice Smith, of Parsley, 

Mary, d. of Thomas Buo-den, of Pudsey, 

Richard, s. of Henry Wilson, of Parsley, 

Grace Thornton, 

Richard, s. of Peter Riley, of Pudsey, 

Sarah, d. of Christopher Walker, of Pudsey, 

Mary, d. of John Smith, of Pudsey, 

Joseph, s. of Thomas Musgrave, of Pudsey, 

Josua, s. of Thomas Musgrave, of Pudsey, 

James Beane, of Tyresall, 

A s. of Thomas Turton, of Pudsey, 

John, s. of John Bynnes, of Parsley, 

Mary, w. of Robert Burnett, of Pudsey, 

Thomas Illingworth, of Thorpe, 

A child of William Dufton, of Pudsey, 

Jaine Myars, of Idle, 

Nathan Lobley, of Idle, 

Lawrence s. of John Bucke, of Idle, 

Josua Hobson, of Idle, 

Jonathan, s. of John Chapman, of Pudsey, 

Samuel s. of John Busfield, of Pudsey, 

Anna, d. of William Rood, of Padsey, 

Thomas s. of Thomas Raylton, of Stanningley, 

Abraham s. of William Hall, of Parsley, 

Edward, Skirrow, of Wrose, 

William, s. of Wilfrey Busfield, of Pudsey, 

Widdow Wood, of Idle, 

Mary, w. of Samuel Lumby, of Pudsey, 

Grace Nelson, of West Asholt,-' 

Jaine, w. of William Stephenson, of Parsley, 

John, s. of Robert Carrocke, of Idle, 

* Esholt. Holt, the wood, 
in Yorkshire. 



143 

1654. 

30 

30 

November 8 

19 

22 

23 

23 

27 

29 

October 1 

1 

6 

14 

14 

31 

January 1 

4 

20 

February 3 

12 

22 

27 

February 29 

March 9 

9 

9 

9 

1655. 

March 25 

25 

SO 

April 8 

14 

17 

May 2 

10 

31 

The Ash is still called Esh, and Hcsh, 



144 BURIALS. 

1655. 

Thomas, s. John Robinson, Calverley milne, June 1 

An infant of John Allanb ridge, Calverley milne, 26 

Mary Milner, of Idle, July 8 

Thomas Tong, of Idle, U 

Anne, w. of John Wood, Stanningley, 15 

An infant of Robert Kellit, of Pudsey, 1 5 

A child of William Lambert, of Eccleshill, 15 

Margaret, w. John Bradley, of Calverley, 26 

Ann, d. Robert Carrocke, of Idle, 28 

John Sowden, of Idle, 31 

An infant of William Farrar, August 1 

Richard, s. of Richard Whitticar, of Pudsey, 8 

Mr. Matthias Pearson, Thorpe, 12 

Robert Vickers, Thorpe, 12 

Mary, w. William Prockter, of Pudsey, 22 
Theodore, s. of Mr. Robt : Milner, of Pudsey, September 10 

Elizabeth w. of Michael Squire, of Idle, 14 

William Stable, of Idle, 27 

Ann, w. of William Whearter, of Idle, October 2 

Christopher Bay nes, of Pudsey, 18 

Sarah, d. of Samuel Lumby, of Pudsey, 20 
An infant of Thomas Atkinson, of Apperley Bridge, 27 

Joseph Hobson, of Idle, December 2 

Mercy Holdsworth, of Banke-house, 1 

Mary and Joseph Vickers, Idle Parke, 10 

Isabel Sommerscall and her infant, 20 

Robert Grave, of Calverley, 30 

Thomas Eastwood, of Pudsey, January 21 

John Browne, of Calverley, February 4 

Mary, w. John John Gibson, of Pudsey, 24 

Richard Midgley, of Wrose, March 2 

Agnes, d. John Barras, of Eccleshill, 13 

Hugh Hartley, Rodley, 14 

Isabel, w. Michael Broadley, Rodley, 16 

Prudence, w. John Dracup, of Idle, 2 1 

Grace, d. John Goodall, Pudsey, 24 

1656. 

Martha, d. Anthony Mason, of Rodley, April 10 

Sybbel Birkenhead, Idle, 1 1 



BURIALS. 145 
1656. 

Jennet Mounton, Pudsey, April 17 

Mary Sharpe, Pudsey, 23 

John, s. of John Walsh, 26 

Anne, d. Henry Bellas, Pudsey, 27 

Thomas Harper, Parish Clarke of Calverley, May 7 

Margaret, d. Richard Megson, 29 

George Keighley, Idle, June 3 

Clare, w. Richard Kitching, 4 

A bastard child of Robert Knells, his daughter, 6 

2 infants of Francis Drake, Idle, 12 

William, s. of Jeremiah Welfitt*, Idle, 18 

Jane Mearing. 25 

Samuel, s. Peter Mitchell, Pudsey, July 3 

James Pearson, Idle, August 6 

Alice, d. Thomas Buggden, Pudsey, 29 

A bastard of Thomas Roundhill's, September 23 

William Birkhead, November 9 

A d. of Michael Squire, 9 

James Vickers, of Apperley, 10 

John Wood, of Stanningley, December 1 8 

James Ellis, of Calverley, 27 



* Richard Welfitt. of Idle, = Grace, bur. 

bur. 18 April, 1640, 
I 



Jan., 1639-40 



Edward Welfitt, bp. 24 Sept. 1587* = Mary, d. of Lobley. 



I 
(2) Jeremy W., of Cal- 
verley. bp. 28 Dec. 1606. 
Churchwarden, 1669, 
buried, 27 Dec, 1684. 



(1) William W., 
bp. 12 May, 1605. 



I 
Mercy, 
bp. 26 Dec. 1608. 



Timothy Welfitt, bp. 7 Aug., 1636, M.A., Mag- 
dalen Cull., Cambridge, 1660, D,D. 1661, inst. 
Vicar of Burton Agnes, E. R. Y. 10 Sep., 1660, 
living there 1624-1701, dead 1702. Presented 
by the Earl of Bridgewater. His burial is not in 
the Parish Register there, in fact the books during 
his incumbency and previous to it are lost. 



* Persons were sometimes baptized at 7, 8, 
age, without being entered as adults. 



years of 



Mill 

William, bp. 4 
Mar. 1637-8. burd. 
18 June, 1656. 

Jeremy, bp. 5 
Aug., 1642. 

Isaac, bp. 3 Oct. 
1649. 

Mary, bp. 4 
1640. 

Mercy, m. 21 
1675. to Christopher 
Frcckleton. 



June 



Mar. 



146 



BURIALS. 



1656- 

John Allanbrldge, January 20 

Henry, s. of Henry Atkinson, February 12 

Mary, d. James Gant, Pudsey, March 5 

Robert Burnell, Pudsey, 6 

Alice, d. of Samuel Gabriell, 7 

James, s. Samuel Gabriell, 9 

1657. 

Richard Gaunt, March 31 

Walter Steward, Idle, April 9 

Ann Warwicke, Idle, 10 

Ann Roberts, Calverley, 24 

Robert Stansfield, " 30 

Richard Farrar. of Bowlton, aged 100 years, May 2 

Lawrence Wood, 8 

William Barras, of Eccleshill, 11 

John Broadley, of Rod ley, 16 

Infant of William Ambler's, 16 

Thomas Townend, of Greengates, June 5 

A child of Widdow Bentley, 10 

Peter Pickersgill, July 5 

Mary, w. of John Howgate, August 10 

Widdow Harper, of Pudsey, 16 

An infant of Richard Megson's, 16 

Joseph, s. of Joseph Holdsworth, Pudsey, 19 

W^iddow Dodgson, 23 

A d. of Anthony Mason, September 4 

2 Infants of Andrew Smith, Farsley, 19 

William, s. William Coates, October 3 

The w. of James Roades, of Greengates, 8 

Thomas, s. of Matthew Myars, 16 

William Kitching, 26 

William, s. of the said William Kitching, November 4 

Phillip, s. of Phillip Fairwell, 11 

Sarah, d. of Samuel Crabtree, 20 

John, s. William Kitching, 20 

John, s. Edward Barker, December 1 

Elizabeth, w. Mr. John Sale, 22 

.lohn, s. Richard Hall, of Calverley, January 1 

An infant of John Thompson's, of Stanningley, 2 



BURIALS. 



147 



1657. 

Sarah, w. "William Stables, Idle, January 5 

Robert Howgate, 6 

Henry Glensover, Farsley, 14 

Mrs. Fairweli, Calverley, 14 

Elizabeth, w. John Thompson, Stanningley, 15 

An infant of Thomas Harper's, of Pudsey, 15 

Widdow Wayd, of Bagley, 16 

A child of John Woods, of Stanningley, 21 

Widdow Hutton, of Calverley, February 3 

Widdow Farrer, of Pudsey, 5 

Joseph Murgatroyd, of Tyresall, 5 

Widdow Hargraves, of Windhill, March 10 

Peter Stephenson, 15 

William Stringer, of Idle, . 20 

1658. 

Joseph, s. Samuel Lumby, Pudsey, April 1 

John, s. Edward Swayne. Idle, 2 

Susanna, w. Robert Burnell, Pudsey, 3 

Mary, d. Richard Simpson, Idle, May 6 

Edward Kitson, 9 

Jane, d. John Illingworth, 15 

Henry, s. Henry Kay, Pudsey, 19 

William, child of William Tompson, . 20 

Bartholomew Bloomer, 31 

A child of John Peele's, June 6 

Isaac Murgatroyd, Tyresall, 19 

Sarah, d. Richard Hall, 24 

Thomas Harper, Pudsey, July 6 

Ann, d. Widdow Wood, of the milne, 12 

Thomas Ledgard, Idle, 25 

An infant of Christopher Walker's, Pudsey, 30 

Mary Rood, Pudsey, 31 

Richard Thackery, Parsley, August 23 

Mary, d. Marke Shut, Parsley, 26 
Mary, d. William Farrer, September 1 

Elizabeth, d. William Kitson, Eccleshill, 7 

Mercy Hartley, Rodley, 10 

John, s. William Waller, Idle, 17 

Benjamin, son of Mr. Benjamin Sandall Idle, 24 



148 



BURIALS. 





1058. 


Christopher {llanh) a collier, 


September 29 


Widdow Wilson, of Rodley, 


October 11 


George, son of Thomas Crab tree, Pudsep, 


20 


Ann, w. John Gallaway, Pudsey, 


November 29 


Samnel, s. William Wayd, junr.. 


29 


An infant of William Sowden's, Parsley, 


December 1 


An infant of Joshua Lumby, 


2 


Robert Barras, 


3 


(hlank) wife of William Sowden, 


29 


Walter Yeadon, of Idle, 


January 28 


Grace, d. of Robt : Bowlton, 


30 


Samuel Wilson, Pudsey, 


February 9 


Richard Thornton, Idle, 


10 


Widdow Stappleton, Idle, 


14 


Sarah Spurr, Bramley, 


15 


A child of Robert Carrocke, 


March 3 
1659. 
April 29 


George Little, 


Alice, w. Samuel Moss, 


May 3 


Michael Harper, 


3 


(blank) d. Mr. John Smith, 


28 


Alice, w. Thomas Norton, 


June 31 


Abraham Kendall, Pudsey, 


July 2 


Edward Harrison, Calverley, 


8 


A child of Robt; Broadley, 


11 


Widdow Oxnard, 


August 10 


William, son of James Roades, 


12 


An infant of AYilliam Deacon's, of Windhill, 


October 22 


William Hobson, 


8 


Sarah, d. of William Waller, 


6 


Margaret, w. William Clarkson, 


December 2 


Jane, d. William Ward, 


17 


Lot, s. Benjamin Roades, 


24 


Tobias Farrer, Pudsey, 


January 6 


William, s. Thomas Hill, Windhill, 


13 


Christopher Milner, 


14 


Robert Kellit, Pudsey, 


18 


Mary, w. John Lie.jrh, Pudsey, 


27 


Jane, w. John Matthew, Eccleshill, 


February 17 


William Whitley, juu., Pudsey, 


21 



BURIALS. 149 

1659. 

Grace, w. William Lambert, Rodley, March 3 

Grace, w. John Chapman, 9 

John Gibson, Pudsey, 9 

(bla?iJc) s. Samuel Myars, 22 

Samuel Grave, 23 

1660. 

Edward Barker, April 3 

Jane Musgrave, 9 

An infant of Samuel Goodall's, of Pudsey, 28 

Susanna, w. of Samuel Goodall, May 5 

{Manic) wife of Mr. Elkanah Wales, 18 

Walter, s. John Allanbridge, ] 9 

Tristram Kitson, 21 

WiddowWade, of Idle, 21 

Richard Goodall, of Pudsey, 24 

Robert Knowles, 25 

Ann, d. Abraham Charlesworth, June 1 

Sarah Seele, 2 

Grace, d. Marke Hilhouse, 15 

Susanna, d. Thomas Atkinson, 17 
Henrv Bland and William Hustler, slain with thunder-bolt, 

•^~. , " rr; — -- ^^^^^..^^^^^.........^^^^ J^iy 14 

Michael Aj^royd,'-^' 23 

'{blanJc) (T of James Vickers, Apperley, August 24 

William Whitley, Pudsey, September 8 

Widdow Baytes," 13 

Sarah Smith, of Thorpe, October 3 

John, s. Thomas Ogden, 4 

Abraham, s. Henry Barraclough, November 3 

Widdow Ledgard, 4 

Agnes, w. William Barras, 9 

Michael Broadley, 26 

Mary, d. Joseph Vickers, 29 



* The oldest dated tombstone in Calverley churchyard is his. The 
inscription is simply "MICHAELL \ AKEROYD, | JULY 23 | 1660." 
There is a further inscription underneath, •' Margaret Akeroyd, | the 
wife of Richard Akeroyd. | of Stone Style | was buryed | April the 
7, 1682." 



150 



BURIALS. 



Stephen Skirrow,* 

Jone, w. Samuel Tennant, 

Grace, w. Nicolaus Whearter, 

Sarah Dawson, 

An infant of William Smith's, of Piidsey, 



1660. 

January 6 

February 1 1 

16 

March 12 

21 

1661. 

April 3 

12 

16 

17 

May 9 

19 

27 

28 

June 23 

29 

30 

July 2 

13 

17 

17 

31 



An infant of John Walsh, 

William Rood, 

Peter Copper wife, 

John, s. John Myars, 

Ann, w. John Butler, Thorpe, 

John Rookes, servant was, to Wm : Brooksbanke, 

Jonathan Dawson,t 

Margaret Wilson, Widdow, 

An infant of Richard Aske's, of Rodley, 

Joseph Benson, of Farsley, 

Elizabeth, d. of Abraham Hainworth, 

Hannah, w. Henery Barraclough, 

John Wells, of Hallifax, 

Christopher Walker, J Pudsey, 

Esther, d. Samuel Crabtree, 

Isaac, s. Thomas Musgrave, 

An infant of John Wood, of Stanuingley, 

* Yeoman. Will dated 3 Aug.. 1659. Mentions Elizabeth his wife. 
John Skirrow, son of George S., his son, to have 20s., and George S., 
son of Edward S., deceased, his son, 20s , when they are both of age. 
The rest to George S., his son, who is to be executor. Witnesses, 
Henry Coates, John Sands, Samuel Holmes. 

t Will dated 17th April. (Easter Tuesday) 1655, pr. 1661. By it he 
leaves to John Dawson, his eldest brother, 12d. To his sisters, Mary, 
Grace, and Anne, 12d. each. All the rest of his goods and chattels 
to Mary his wife. She is appointed sole executrix. Witnesses, 
Richard Booth, and Samuel Dracke. 

% Yeoman. Will dated 1 July, 1661. Hannah, his wife, to have 
her thirds. Sarah, his dau., two parts of his goods, chattels, and 
money, when 21. Sarah to have a messuage or tenement, and laithe 
(barn) in Pudsey. If she died before she was 21, without children, 
then Elizabeth Walker. Anne Walker, Isabell Moore, Susan Moore, 
Henry Moore, James M., Anne M., Elizabeth M., and Sarah M., to 
have half, Anne Smith, of Giseley, 12d., Christopher Jackson, of 
Bramley, sole executor. Witnesses, Samuel Lumby, John Haw, and 
Jos. Holdsworth. 



August 6 



BURIALS. 


151 




1661. 


William Simpson, Idle,* 


August 22 


Margaret Maude, 


September 2 


"William, s. John Gant, 


14 


An infant of Samuel Kitching's, 


19 


Michael Poliard^f 


October 14 


Stephen Slater, 


16 


A child of Widdow Hustler, 


25 


Widdow Theackstone, 


27 


Esther, w. Thomas Flather, 


November 11 


John Craven, 1 


20 


Samuel, s. Benjamin Swayne, 


24 


Hugh Thresh, 


26 


John, s. John Illingworth, 


December 5 


An infant of Joseph Yickers, 


12 


William Cousin, 


January 19 


Wife of Joseph Yickers, 


28 


John, s. William Denbj, Windhill, 


29 


Samuel, s. Mr. James Sale, Pudsey, 


March 4 


James Milner, 


11 


Thomas Cordingley, 


19 


Jane, d. Edward Barker, 


23 


Prudence Thackery, 


24 



* For will see page 64. 

t Will of Michael Pollard, of Idle, yeoman, dated 23 July, 1661. 
He bequeathes to William P., his son, his apparel, except boots and 
spurs, to Edward Mackrith, his son-in-law. To Nicholas P., his son 
his saddle, iron range in old house, a pair of runners, pair of tongs, 
a jack, a bedstead in the old parlour, table, and meal-ark adjoining 
the said bedstead, and all the stone about the house, and a new balk 
(beam) in the cart-house. To Edward Mackerith, his son-in-law, one 
red cow. To his dau. one Quy (whye — heifer) which was marrow (like) 
to the bull. To his god-child William Mackerith. one calfe (the least 
and youngest of the three) All his pewter to Elizabeth, his dau., 
and one feather-bed, one cupboard, and one meal-ark in the new 
house. To Edw. Mackerith, his older harrow, the wheat in the old 
field (one half), the bay colt, and £5 and 12s. the rent of the Mynn- 
rowe. William Pollard, executor. Witnesses, James Sagar, Benjamia 
Sandall. 



% The will of Joshua Craven, of Frizinghall, 
1662-3. by Stephen Richardson. 



was proved 8 Feb. 



152 BURIALS. 

1662. 

Thomas Hogg, of Idle, April 9 

Francis Smith, of Thackley, 9 

Isabel, w. William Coates, 22 

Michael Saunders, Pudsev, 23 

William, s. Samuel Saltingstall, Idle, 24 

Thomas, s. Mary Oxener, 26 
Edward Barraclough, May 3 

Widdow Armitage, of Calverley, 8 

Ann, d. John Haw, Pudsey, 8 

Thomas Illingworth, Idle, 9 

Eichard Goodall, Farsley, 10 

Eichard, s. John Illingworth, Thorpe, 11 

John Dawson, Asholt, 13 

Ann, d. William Grave, Calverley, 15 

Sarah, d. Thomas Atkinson, Apperley-bridge, 17 

Ann, d. Isaac Home, Eccleshill, 17 
William Charlesworth, Calverley, June 7 

Mary, w. Walter Farrer, Pudsey, 7 

Jonathan, s. John Chapman, Pudsey, 7 

Samuel Hobson, of Thackley side, 12 

Susanna Ashton, Idle, 14 

Jonathan Thackery, Farsley, 16 

George Theakstone, Idle Parke, 1 6 

John Atkinson, Bradford Moor side, 17 

An infant of William Dufton's, 26 

Susanna Farrer, of Apperley Bridge, 27 
Alice Smithson, of the more side, July 5 

Alice Walton, Idle, 6 

Nicolas Whearter, Calverley, 7 

Mary, d. Eobert Swayne, Idle, 22 

Mary, d. John Illingworth, of Thorpe, 25 
Mary, d. John Tydswell, Windhill, August 3 

John, s. John Slater, Wrose, 10 

Margaret Smithson, of Moore-side, 14 

Ann, d. Joseph Benson, Farsley, 15 

Mary, d. John Eobinson, Calverley, 16 

Susanna, w. George Booth, Idle, 20 

Mary, w. John Watterhouse, Idle, 23 

Grace, w. Edward Smith, of White Coat, 29 



BURIALS. 153 

1662. 
An infant of Henry Tod's of Idle, September 10 

George Fletcher, Idle, 11 

Jane lllingworth, Idle, 30 

William Hill, Pudsey, October 6 

Mary, w. Edward Sands, November 3 

Susanna, d. Robert Kellett, 9 

William, s. William Ward, Calverley, 21 

Margaret, w Edward Harper, of Asholt, 27 

Christopher Milner, Pudsey, 28 

Jonathan, s. William Ward, Pudsey, 29 

John, s. of John Turner, Quaker, December 9 

John, s. Henry Belhouse, Pudsey, 13 

Thomas Stanley, Parsley,* 17 

Sarah, d. John Robson, Calverley, 23 

James, s. Mr. James Sale, Pudsey, 25 

Dorothy Armitage, Grengates, 26 

Matthew Wilkinson, Stanningley, 26 

An infant of Abraham Hutchinson, of Pudsey, 25 

Sarah Barker, of Calverley, 26 

William, s. Thomas Walker, Pudsey, January 1 

Robert Roades, Calverley, 2 

Jane Fletcher, Idle, 6 

Henry Myars, servant of Samuel Wade, 13 

Richard Gaunt, of Owle coates, 14 

Widdow Broadley, of Farsley, 16 

William Horner, of Stanningley, 17 

A child of Henry Foster, of Calverley carre, 19 

Old Mercy Browne, of Calverley, — 

An infant of William Barhouse's, of the carre, 20 

Stephen Sowden, of Wrose, 22 

An infant of William Flather's, of Farsley, 25 

William, s. of Henry Tayler, of Idle Parke, 28 

* Will dated 9 Dec, 1662. He bequeathes to his dau, Martha, 
£10. To his dau. Martha's two children, Mary and John Ward, a 
sum of money due by two bonds from Thomas Wheatley, and " Mig- 
hell" Wentworth. To John Bines and Alice, his sister, 10s. each. To 
Margaret, his wife, her thirds. His eldest dau. Anne, to have the 
farm after her mother's death. The land he '• purchased of Sir 
George Wentworth," he gives to his dau. Anne, with the rest of his 
goods and chattels. She is appointed sole executrix. Witnesses, 
Robert Anstrupe. Samuel Ward. 



154 



BURIALS. 



1662. 

Jeremiah Broadley, of Farsley, February 3 

Elizabeth Armitage, 5 

Ellen, dau. of Jonas Walker, of Wrose, 9 

William, son of William Walton, of Idle, 14 

Sarah, w. of Jonas Mitchell, of Pudsey, 25 

Edith, w. John Peele, of Idle, March 5 

^liles Hargrave, Pudsey, 9 

Peter Mitchel, Pudsey, 16 

Stephen Sowden, jun., of Wrose, 24 

1663. 

Richard Kitching, of Calverley, March 31 

William Gaunt, of Pudsey, April 1 

Alexander Butler, of Thorpe, 2 

Robert Hilhouse, of Bank-house, 27 

Abraham Knowles, of Idle,* 27 

Jeremiah, s. Samuel Lumby, Pudsey, 28 

Humphrey Hutchinson, Pudsey, 30 

John, s. Anthony Mason, Rodley, May 4 

Ann, d. Matthew Walton, 4 

Ellin, w. Samuel Crabtree, 8 

William Illingworth, of Hare Mill, 23 

Jane, d. William Kitching, Calverley, 24 

Widdow Brashey,t ofWadlands, June 4 

Charles Ditch, of Tyresall, 12 

Ann, d. Samuel Moss, of Priest Thorpe, July 8 

Joshua, s. Joshua Lumby, Pudsey, 23 

Isaac Neatherwood, of Idle Green, August 3 

Katherine, w. William Farrer, Pudsey, 14 

* Clothier. Will dated 20 April. 15 Ch. 2 (1663). Pr. 15 Dec, 
1663. "It went not forth till the 13th of Jannarj', by reason of a 
caveat." He bequeaths to Anne, his wife, her -'widdow rip;ht,"hia 
best dublet, liempe breeches, jearsey, and stockins." To Matthew 
Foster, his brother-in-law, 12d. To Grace F., his wife, Is. fid., To 
his sister Mary K., 10s.. and his best hat. To his mother " Sibbell," 
K., 2s. 6d. and his worst hempe coat. The rest to Ann Knowles (jur.) 
his wife, who is appointed sole exr. Witnesses, Abraham Cousin, 
(;7/r.) James Berrie. (jnr.), Henry Forthe. 

f Widow of John Br yshaw, (see page 127, vol. 1). Frances Bray- 
shaw, of Wadlands. spinster, made her will, 3 Mar. 1662. (pr. 1663-5). 
By it she desires to be buried at Calverley. To her son John Brayshaw 
the right and title to the tenement where she dwelt, and her crops. 
The rest to Mary Brayshaw. her daughter, who is appointed executrix. 
Witnesses. John Hare and Marv Lobley. 



155 BURIALS, 

lees. 

John Vickers * Apperley, September S 

Ann, w. Edward Skirrow, Wrose, 23 

Jonas Walker's wife, Wi'ose, 25 

An infant of Abraham Hutchinson's, Pudsey, 27 

"William Fothergill's wife, of Calverley, October 1 

Sarah, d. Edward Sands, Wrose, 13 

Mary, w. Abraham Hobson,f Idle, 20 

Mary, d. Charles Rigg, 27 

Grace Neatherwood, of Idle Green, November 14 

John, s. John Wilkinson, of Idle W^ood, 19 

Ann, d. John Stead, 23 
An infant of young John Wilson's, of Pudsey, December 5 

Sarah, d. of Syrelen (qu. Cyril?) Stead, of Idle, 11 

Sarah, d. Richard Got, Idle, 19 

Widdow Baynes, Windhill Cragg, 27 

Widdow Wilson, Farsley, January 10 

Nathaniel Lobley, Idle Parke, 25 

Rowland Milner, Pudsey, February 1 

A child of John Dufton's, Pudsey, ' 1 

Ann, w. Hugh Watterworth, Rodley, 4 

* Will dated 28 Aug., 1663. He is described as of Apperley Bridge, 
in the township of Eccleshill. and desires to be buried at Calverley. 
To his son James, he leaves two days work of corn, the one wheat, 
and the other barley, and 20 loads of unused lime. Also one bed- 
stead, "two kists, a cubbord, and a four-footed table." To his son 
John v., a bedstead and cloches, two chests, two little old chairs, one 
four-footed and one three-footed table in the barne. All his work- 
ing tools, a kiver, new coverlet, and all the rest of his goods to be 
eithei" jointly held or equally divided between them, as also the money 
Carter debts. &c. were paid). To Walter Watterhouse, of Bradford, 
and his wife Agnes, his sister, each 6d. To Michaell Bynnes. of Asholt, 
6d. James and John V., executors. Witnesses, Mary Ditch, Benj. 
Sandall. 

t Will dated Sep. 21, 1663, pr. 1.5 Dec. 1663. By it he leaves to 
Grace H. his daughter, one broad loome and the barrtrees, and all 
other things belonginge to the said loome. To James H., her son, 
one great meale arke standing in the parlour. '"To John H., son of 
the said James, 10s. when 21, out of 30s. which my son James oweth 
me. To Mary H., and 8arah H., daughters of James H., each Is at 
21. To Sarah H., my dau., my white waste coate." The rest— corn, 
hey, catell, and other things, to her daughter Grace, who is appointed 
sole executrix. Witnesses : — Thomas England, James Lancelett. 
Benja. (Towne ?) 



m 



156 BURIALS. 

1663. 

Olare, w, John Thornton, Idle, February 8 

An infant of Robert Burnell's, of Owle-coates, 10 

Henry Atkinson,* of Apperley Bridge, 23 

Widdow Thomas, of the Mill, March 7 

Christian, d. Richard Ward, Pudsey, 7 

Judeth, w. Georo^e Flather, 20 

Mary, d. of Widow Nettleton, of Pudsey, 20 

John Wood, of Stanningley, 23 

Margaret, d. William Grave, of Calverley, 23 

i Richard Aykeroyd, Joshua Lumby, j 
Joshua Broadley, George Booth, [ Churchwardens. 
Mr. John Smith, John Sandall. ] 

1664. 

Issabel, w. Thomas England, Idle, March 27 

Mary, d. Thomas Goodall, Pudsey, April 3 

A child of Robert Broadley's, of Farsley, 6 

Jerem : s. George Birtch, of Windhill, 9 

Mary, d. Henry Tayler, Idle Greene, 10 

An infant of William Kitching, of Calverley, 11 

Thomas Hare, of Calverley, 13 

Issabel, w. of William Lambert, of Eccleshill, 13 

Anne Cammell, of Idle Greene, 18 

Ann, d. William Hey, of Pudsey, 18 

An infant of Christopher Lang's, ofldlfi ^, _ _ ,,^ 19 

race, d. Henry Aykeroyd, Pudse y. 20 

n infant of Samuel Drake's, of Idle Parke, 20 



* Will dated 1 Feb. 1663. He desires to be buried at Calverley. 
To his elder son, William, he leaves his lands, on condition that he 
pays out of them to his younger brother John A., £40. The horse, 
mare, four oxen, with all the yoakes, plowes, waynes, teames, and 
•every other thing used with husbandry, to be jointly and equally 
used or else divided between William and John. The £20 due from 
James Viccars, his neighbour, to be wholely and solely the testator's 
wife's. The cow he has in Peter Dale's lands at Snawden, to be Will- 
iam's, John to have the red cow at Edward Clayton's, at Thorpe. 
His grandchild, Dorothy Harrinson, the cow in Widow Beckwith's 
hands. Wife, Bridget A., the cow in old Jaine Viccar's hands. Son 
William to have as heir-looms in the house, the table and forme be- 
longing it, in the house, and the range in the house. Wife to have 
the cubbert and the cloth in the parlour. Bridget, his wife, John, 
his younger son, and John Harrison, his son-in-law. joint executors. 
Witnesses :— Thomas Atkinson, Ben : Sandall. Pr. 20 July, 1664. 



BURIAL8. 157 

1664. 

Margaret, w. Robert Grave, Pudsey, April 26 

Martha, d. William Lepton, Pudsej, 30 

Beatrix Braithwayte, Farsley, 30 

Gamaliel, s. Francis Boococke, 30 

John Gibson, Pudsey, May 10 

Margeret Tommis, of the mill, 18 

Samuel, s. William Paslew, 23 

Mr. Richard Milner, of Pudsey, 26 

Christopher Mitton's wife, of Wrose, June 4 

David, s. of William Hawmond, of Bowlton, 16 

Joseph Milner,* of this towne, buryed att Tong, 17 

Sarah, d. John Kitson, of Eccleshill, 2& 

Wilfrey Busfield, Pudsey, 27 

John, s. John Dufton, Pudsey, 28' 

Mr. John Jenkinson, Pudsey, July 28 
Abraham, s. William Brookesbanke, of Farsley^ August 12 

Richard Riley, of Windhill, 1 & 

Sarah, d. Jeremiah Crabtree, Pudsey, 25 

Joseph, s. William Brookesbanke, Farsley, 26 

Prudence Rycroft, Calverley, 27 

Andrew Thompson, of White coate, 30 

Ann Wilson, of Greeugates, September 2 

An infant of Abraham Hutchinson's, of Pudsey, 9- 

An infant of Ellin Lumby's, 16 

An infant of John Wilson's of Idle Green, 18^ 

Mary, w. Richard Gott, Idle, 20 

An infant of John Broadley's, of Farsley, October 4 

Susan, d. Richard Carter, 9* 

Susan, d. Robert Berry, IS- 

Widdow Pickersgill, November 11 

John Booth, of Wrose, buryed at Bradford, 30 

Sarah, d. James Dickinson, of Idle Wood, December 10 

Anthony Farrer, Idle, January 7 

Alice, w. William Farrer, Idle, 17 

Thomas Raylton, alias Scot, of Stanningley, 18 

Frances Thornton, of Idle Greene, 25 

Margery Lobley, of Idle Parke, 30 

* Will pr. 24 March 1664*5, by Mary, his widow. 



158 



BURIALS. 



Alice, d. John Swayne, of Idle Greene, 
Edward Syzer,* of Farsley, 
Ad infant of Richard Whittakar's, of Pudsey, 
William Whitehead, of Farsley, 
Samuel, of Thyrston Wilden, Pudsey, 
An infant of William Dufton's, Pudsey, 
William, s. Edward Clayton, of Thorpe, 
Isaac Prockter, of Idle Greene, 

I Thomas Hollingworth, John Nettleton, 
} William Flather, Thomas Slater, 

( Thomas Archer, Richard Sympson. 



1664. 

January 30 

February 14 

14 

16 

21 

27 

March 5 

16 

Church- 
wardens. 



1665. 

Dorothy Fothergill, of Windhill Crag, April 5 

Mercy, w. Christopher Grymshaw, of Wrose, 8 

Samuel Calvert, of Pudsey, 10 

Jaine, w. Alexander Butler, Thorpe, 14 

Joseph Hirst, of Owle Coates, 22 

John Stead's wife, of Idle Parke, 27 

Michael Squire, Idle, May 1 

Mercy, d. Timothy Farrer, Idle, 9 

Obadiah Tayler, Stanningley, 10 

Elizabeth, w. Thomas Harper, Calverley, 12 

An infant of Thomas Raistricke's, of Idle, June 5 

Mary, d. John Scaiffe,f Idle, 10 

* Will dated 21, Feb., 1659. By it he desires to be buried at Cal- 
verley. He bequeathes to his nephew, Thos. Fairbank, and hi« heirs 
for ever, his dwelling house, barns and buildings, with all his lands, 
meadows, &;c., he paying out of the same to Michael F., his elder 
brotlier, 50s. yearly. To Michaell F.. £10. To John, Mary, and 
.liiditli. children of the said Michael, each £10, when 21. To William 
Richard, and Samuel, sons of Joseph Waidc, of Bagley, 40s. each. To 
Edward, son of Samuel Waide, his god-son, 40s. To children of 
Richard Goodall, of Farsley, £10. Thomas Fairbank, sole executor. 
Witnesses :— Richard Waugh, Saml. Waide. 

t John Scaife, of Idle, made his will. 19 Mar., 1667, bequeathing 
to Robert Curtass, his brother-in-law, £1, his mother, £1, Thomas 
S., son to Peter. £1, William S., testator's brother. £1. Thomas 
Seane, his best suit, coat and britches, John Scaife, son to Thomas S., 10s. 
Sarah S., his sister, 10s. John S., of Kettlcsinge, his worse suit, hat, 
coat. diiVjlett, britches, shirt, and one pair of bootcs. Brother William 
S., and d. Anne S:, mentioned. Witnesses : — William Clarkson. Jer- 
emie Welfitt. The will of William Sc, of Windhill, was proved 23 
July, 1678, by Jonathan Sc, his son, and Effam Sc, his widow. 



BURIALS^. 



159' 



1665. 
Bridgett Stephenson, Farsley, June 21 

Thomas, s. William Lepton, Pudsey, 30 

Mary, d. Lawrence Wood, of the Mill, July 26- 

Richard Whittaker, Pudsey, August 2 

An infant of Mary Ogden's, which she bare, ruurdered, and 
buryed, 4 

An infant of Abraham Hutchinson's, of Pudsey, 7 

Widow Howgate, of the Mill, ^ 8 

Dorothy, d. of William Rume, of Stanningley, 12 

An infant of John Broadley's, of Farsley, 12 

Elizabeth, w. Michael Squire, of Idle, 30 

James Hartley, Pudsay, 31 

Widdow Batt^ Pudsey, September 10 

An infant of John Stead's, Idle, 11 

John Powell, Boulton, 14 

William Simpson,* Idle Parke, 23 

Widdow Hartley, Pudsey, 26 

Samuel Myars, Calverley, 27 

John lUingworth, Pudsey, 29 

An infant of Samuel Drake's, of Idle Parke, 30 

Mary, d. of Matthew Foster, of Thorpe, October 7 

Ellinor, w. of James Smith, of Calverley, 14 

Mary, w. John Peele, of Idle Green, 15 

Mercy, d. Benjamin Swayne, Idle Parke, 17 

A child of John Peele's, Idle Green, 25 

Thomas, s. Thomas Brown, Calverley, 26 

William, s. John Stead, Idle Parke, 31 

Robert Charlton, Pudsey, November 12 

Ralph Swayne, Idle Parke, Aged 77 years, 22 

Sarah, d. James Glensover, Rodley, December 7 

An infant of William Wilson's, of Pudsey, 12 

Jaine, w. of Joseph Vickers, of Apperley, 16 

Grace, w. of Thomas Archer, of Wilgrave, 29 

Mary, d. of Francis Drake, f Quaker, Idle, January 3 

* Will Vol. 46, fo. 382, 

f Francis Drake, of Idle, husbandman, made his will 24 April 1671. 
By it he leaves to Frances, his wife, her third part of his goods. To 
his five children. Joseph, Susannah, Anne, Samuel, and Frances, the 
rest to be divided when they are 23 years old. Frances, his wife, and 
Joseph, his son, executors. Witnesses :— Ric. Sargison, and William 
Farrer. 



160 BURIALS. 

1665. 

Mary, d. John Davvson, Idle, January 8 

Thomas, s. Thomas Illingworth, Idle, 20 

Ann, w. John Stead*, Idle, 29 

Daniel, s. Edward Mackereth, Idle, 31 

William Walton, Idle Green, February 1 

John Chapman, f Pudsey, 4 

Mary, w. Pen nance Myars, Idle, 7 

Judeth, w. Samuel Hobson, Idle, 10 

Grace, d. Jeremiah Watterworth, Rodley, 10 

W^iddow Raylton, Stanningley, 16 

John, s. Christopher Carter, Pudsey, March 13 

Richard Carter, Idle, 19 

Elizabeth, w. John Adcocke, Windhill, 19 

j John Hare, William Mosse, ] 

\ W^illiam Wade, John Slater, Churchwardens. 

( William Jenkinson, John Hodgson. | 
This yeare the Schoole-house was repayred by the whole 
parish. 

1666. 

W^iddow Dufton, of Pudsey, March 30 

John, s. Henry Tayler, Idle Green, 30 

* " 1A6 * 6S5 I Ann, the wife of | John Stead, of Idle, I buried Jan- 
uary 29. 

John Stead, of Idle, died 13 June. 1684. 

John, son of William Stead, of Idle, bur. 26 Aug., 1700. 

Ann, daughter of William Stead, of Idle, died, iS Jan., 1721, in 
in the 17th year of her age." — Cah-erlerj Cimrchyard. 

f " Here lyeth the body of John Chapman, of Pudsey, Buried, Feb- 
ruary the fourth. 1665." — Calrerley Cimrchyard. 

John Chapman's will (nuncupative) is dated 24 Jan. 1665, probate 
blank. By it he gives and bequeathes to Mary Chapman, his daugh- 
ter, and Jane, his wife, £10 upon condition that they shall not clayme 
any right to his goods and chattels. To Margaret Chapman and 
Mary Chapman, his daughters, £10, Hannah C, his daughter, £10, 
Giace C, his daughter, £10, Joseph C, his son, £10. John C., his 
eldest son the delfe {qnarry) after 6 years next after his decease, and 
thetooles belonging to itt. Hannah C, his daughter, to be executrix, 
and Mr. Joseph Smith and Joshua Lumby, supervisors. To Jane, his 
wife, he gives all that messuage or farme and one close called West 
Roades, for 6 yeares, and then it is to go to his son John, paying the 
rents to Mr. Robert Milncr, and Anne Fournesse, or Martha Kylson. 

Witnesses : — Will. Chapman, Joseph Holdsworth, Mr. John Smith, 
and Joshua Lumby. 



BURIALS. 161 
1666. 

Widdow Houldsworth,* Pudsey, April 2 

Sarah, d. Will : Hodgson, Idle Parke, 2 

An infant of Samuel Tennant's, of Calverley, 7 

Stephen, s. of William Paslew, 15 

Dorothy Dawson, Windhill, 16 

Mary, w. Myles Stead, Idle Green, 16 

Pennance AYalton, of Idle, 18 

Georo-e, son of John Goodall, jun., of Pudsey, 20 

Widdow Carter, of Idle, 21 

.Widdow Lyster, of Idle, ag-ed above 80 years, 26 

Jennet, w. of Nicholas Fawcet, 28 

William, s. Samuel Kitching, Calverley, May 3 

Thomas Atkinson,f Apperley Bridge, 4 

* By her will she is described as Merciae Holdsworth, of Pudsey, 
spinster, daughter of Joseph Holdsworth, of the same, yeoman. The 
will is dated 26 Oct., IGo-t, pr. 1663-5. 8he bequeathes her houses, 
landes, tenements, and hereditaments, with appurtenances, in the 
townsliip of Northbierley, in the tenure of Randal Wood, or his 
assignes, and all her interest in them, to Susan, her sister, wife of 
Samuel Goodall, of Pudsey ; on condition that the said Samuel and 
Susan deliver the third part to Joseph Holdsworth, her brother (£40 
value). The residue to Susan Holdsworth, her mother, who is sole 
executor. Witnesses : — Saml. Wilson, J. Sagar. See vol. 1, page 97. 

t Will dated 30 April, 1666. "I, Thomas 

Atkinson, of Apperley Bridge, in the townshipp of Idle, yeoman, 
seeing that death is most certaine and the tyme thereof uncertaine 

do make my will as foUoweth Anne, my wife, to have 

the whole of my lands during her naturall life, and the whole of my 

personal estate After her death, John Stead, my grandchild, 

to enter upon and have, the whole of my houses, lands, and the whole 
proffits arising at the Bridge, paying out of the same in the first year 
(after my wifes's decease) two hundred pounds, the one whereof to 
my daughter Isabell, and my daughter Barbara, by equal portions. 
And the other hundred pounds to be payd to my daughter Mary, ac- 
cording as the tyme is limited If John Stead dye without 

heir his younger brother William Stead shall have and possesse 

what was given before to John Item, I give and bequeath 

to Barnard Dawson, my nephew, who now lives with me, one cow, 
which is in the hand of Edward Clayton, of Thorpe, and tenne quart- 
ers of made barke, and the privilege of tanning of tvvent}'- hydes per 
ann. at my house, and in my pitts, dureing the tyme and termeof my 

wife's life Anne, my wife, to be sole executrix. Witnesses : — 

Beniamine Sandal), and Samuell Stable. 

K 



162 BURIALS. 

An infant of Will : Smith's, of Bowlton, May 11 

Richard Jenlduson,* of Pudsey, 12 

Jeremiah, s. Jerem : Grymshaw, TVrose, 20 

Thomas Burnley, f of Fajsley, above 88 years old, 26 

* Will dated 6 April, 1666 (" according to the computation of the 
Church of England.") 

•' I Richard Jenkinson, of Pudsey, yeoman, make my will, 

&c. First, to Michaell Jenkinson, my sonne, and his heirs apparent, 
and to his heires and assignes for ever, one little close of land, now 
in my possession, and near to my house, which 1 purchased of John 
Smith, of Pudsey, on condition that he, Michaell Jenkinson, pay to 
Richard J., my son. 20s., until he be 21 years old ; one little house, 
in the occupation of Jeremy Crabtree, unto the said Richard J. If 
R. J. dye before he is 21, the house to go to Samnel J., another of my 

younger sons. Then as to goods and chattels. After expenses 

are paid Sarah, my wife, is to have her right and reason- 
able part of and in the residue. To my 6 children, William, Samuel, 
Richard, Nehemiah, Hannah, and Lidia, 12d. apiece, and noe more, 
out of my goods. Sarah, my d. £100 out of my goods. Gabriel 
Dodshon, my servant, os., Joshua Gaunt, my apprentice, os., Elizabeth, 
my servant, 12d.. Mr. James Sale, and Mr. William Richardson, either 
of them, 12d., as a token of my love and trust. Residue to Sarah, 
my wife, whom I make executrix. Witnesses :— Samuel Goodall, 
and John Downes. 

t " 1666 Thomas Burnle | buried May 29th, | 

William Smith. | of Farsley, was buried Ja j nuary the 12th | " 

(the rest obliterated)— Ca^fffW^ Churchyard, at the S.E. comer of 
the Church. 

Will of Thomas Burneley, of Farsley, yeoman, dated 11 May, 1666. 

Pr To Jno. Smith, of Ovenden, clothi.^r. my sister's sonne, his 

heirs and assigns, a close in Farsley, called the New Close or Farther 
New Close, adjoyning the wood called Sow Wood, one of the new 
closes I purchased of John Wilkinson and others, and the way granted 
through two closes called Wellcroft and VVheatlands, and all belong- 
ings. To pay to the children of Daniel Smith, his brother deceased, 
jglO. To William Smith, of Farsley. clothier, the other of the new 
closes. To Andrew Smith, of Farsley, another of my sister's sonnes, 
his heirs &c. my dwellicg house in Farsley. and other edifices, barns, 
&;c., &c.. and one house called Smithy Hovfte, and a close called 
Charley close, near Farsley Greene. To pay to Abraham, his brother, 
£5, and £10 to Wm. Smith, another brother. To Joseph Smith, 
another of my sister's sons, a close called Moorelands, in Farsley, 
with belongings; to pay to James Smith, 'his brother. £1. Also to 
James Smith, aforesaid, a close in Farsley, called Wellcroft, aud a 
meadow called Kitteyards. Out of personal estate 10s. to each of 
my said sister's Sonne's wife's and other children. To the poor of 
Farsley, 203. Rest to John Smith, William Smith, Andrew Smith, 
Joseph Smith, and witnesses, Jno. lUingworth, Trisir. Ledgard. 



BURIALS. 163 

1666. 

Sarah, d. Nicholas Johnson, Calverley, May 29 
An infant of Richard Gam's, of Pudsey Hughe, June 15 

Elizabeth, w. Robert Thornton, of Thorpe, 16 

Wife of Richard Gant, of The Hughe, 22 

Thirston Wilden,* Pudsey, 25 

William Smith, Pudsey, 30 

Ann, d. William Kitching, Calverley, July 2 

Jaine, w. James Dickinson, Windhill^ 4 

Sarah, d. John Dawson, Idle, 11 
Richard Bower's wife, of Windhill, buried at Bradford, 13 

Mary, d. Robert Carrocke, Idle, 21 

William, s. Isaac Walker, of Calverley, 27 

James, s. Samuel Stable, Pudsey, August 5 

Widdow Crabtree, of Stanningley, 8 

Isaac, s. William Lumby, Pudsey, 18 

A child of John Hawe's, Pudsey, 20 

An infant of John Broadley's, Parsley, 21 

James, s. Richard Carter, Idle, September 5 

Francis, s. William Pasley, Idle, October 5 

Elizabeth, d. Mr. Edward Hinchcliffe, 11 

An infant of Abraham Hutchinson's, of Pudsey, 24 

Mary, d. William Grave, of Calverley, 24 

An infant of James Booth's, of Windhill, 29 

Edward Dawson, of Stanningley, 31 

Susan, w. Walter Yewdall, November 24 

Jaine, w. Thomas Kearton, Pudsey, 28 

* Will dated 4 June, 1666. Pr. 12 Dec. 1666. I, Thurstan Wil- 
den, of Pudsey, Blacksmith, bequeath to Mary, my wife, one red cow, 
and best suite of apparel 1, and halfe my goods and chattels, except 
tooles. To Thomas Wilden, my son, all my bellows, and other tooles 
belonging to the smithie. To James Wilden, and the said Thomas, 
my sonnes, all such debts as shall be owing to me. The residue to be 
divided between them. To Mary, my wife, 20s. yearly rent from 
messuages, lands, and hereditaments in Pudsey, in the occupation of 
myself. The aforesaid messuages to Thomas, my son. Also to James 
Wilden, my son, the houses, &c., in the occupation of William Roydea, 
Thomas Roydes, and Thomas Beane, adjoining the lands of James 
Sayle, on the west, south, and north, and the common of Pudsey on 
the north, paying thereout to Mary, my wife, 18s. yearly. Witnesses, 
John Procter, and Jos. Holdsworth. 



164 ' BURIALS. 

16G6. 

Thomas, s. Christopher Milner, Pudsey, December 7 

Ellen, w. John Lobley, of Idle Parke, 10 

Matthew Myars, of Calverley, 1 1 

William Farrer, Pudsey, 22 

Ann, w. William Charlton, Pudsey, 28 

John Hudson, Windhill, January 2 

An infant of John Hey's, of Pudsey, 4 

Robert Brashey,* of Rodley, 10 

Agnes Blackburne, of Pudsey, 1 9 
A wanderer, dyed at Thomas Fletcher's, of Calverley, 26 

Henry Scarborough, of Windhill, 29 

William Harper, of Asholt, 29 

Henry Atkinson, of Pudsey, February 3 

Old Midgley wife, buryed at Bradford, 11 

Edward So wden, of Woodall,t 14 

Marv, d. Daniel Gant, Pudsey, 16 

William Flather, Parsley, 18 



* Will dated 7 Jan. 1666, proved July same year. I, Robert Bray- 
shaw, of Rothley, in the parish of Calverley, clothyer, being some- 
what sick of body, but &c Funerall expences and all just 

debts to be paid Then my will and mynde is that Judeth, my 

wife, and Alice, my daughter devyde the rest equally, betwixt them, 
(excepting 20£ to be returned unto Alice, my daughter, out of the 
iialf parte belonging to Judeth, my wife.) &c. *' Alsoe, I give and be- 
queath unto Thomas Brashawe, my brother, my best suite of apparel. 
Also, I give the tuition of my daughter Alice, till she be 20 years of 
age. unto Judith, my wife.'' Judith and Alice to be sole executors, 
VVilliTim Smith and Jeremy Holmes, supervizors. Witnesses :— Ed- 
ward Walton, Jeremy Holmes, William Smith. 



f Will dated 7 Feb., 1666. He desires to be buried at Calverley. 
To Sycelon Stead, his sister-in-law, he bequeaths 10s. To Mary, his 
dau., wife of Henry (Blank— Qu. Haist ? See Marriages, 23 June, 
1650), of Calverley, 10s. W^illiam, son of the above Sucelan, to have 
2£. bau. Jennet Stead, Is. '• Walter Calverley oweth me 2(i£ by a 
bill ; Richard Rawson, of Priestthorpe, owes me for 7 years and 3 
quarters stabling at my house, which amounts to 23£, and stands en- 
gaged to me in 40£, of which I have only received 18£. These sums 
to be in the disposition of my executors." Joshua Rawson, his son- 
in-law, and Anne Sowden, their testator's wife, joint executors. Wit- 
nesses, John Hird, Thomas Marshall, Benj. Sandall. 



165 

1666. 

February 18 

19 

21 

22 

24 

March 2 

2 

4 

7 

8 

15 

17 

19 

19 

22 

Churchwardens 



BURIALS. 

Grace, d. John Hey,* Pudsey, 

Christopher Thompson,f 

Susanna, d. Thomas Preston, of Idle Green, 

Sarah, d. Jeremiah Crabtree, Pudsey, 

An infant of Thomas Baynes, of Windhill, 

Elizabeth, w. AVilliam Jenkinson, Pudsey, 

John Cosiu, a poor apprentice, Pudsey, 

An infant of Christopher Carter's, Pudsey, 

Michael, s. John Fenton, Pudsey, 

(blank) d. Richard Farrer, 

Henry Kay, of Pudsey, 

Matthew Stephenson's wife of Wrose, 

Sarah, d. John Myars, Calverley, 

Elizabeth, d. Thomas Thompson, Idle Parke, 

An infant of Thomas Liegh's, of Pudsey, 

i Thomas Fletcher, Thomas Butterfield, 
John Guelder, Thomas Slater, 
John Hey, Richard Sympson. 

1667. 

Alice, w. John Wood, Pudsey, April 1 

John, s. Jeremiah Drake, Pudsey, 7 

Samuel, s. William Stables, Pudsey, 7 

Mary, d. Thomas Atkinson, of Apperley Bridge, 9 

John Oxner's wife, of Parsley, 2 1 

An infant of Thomas Dufton, Pudsey, 21 

Ann, d. Samuel Belhouse, Pudsey, 26 

Solomon, s. John Cousin, Stone stile, May 7 

* " Grace, dau. of John Hey, of Pudsey, bur., February 18, 1666. 
Joseph, son of John Hey, bur. 26 Feb., 1679." 

— Calverley Churchyard. 

f " Christopher Tompson, of Pudsey, buryed Feb. 19, 1666. 

Bridget, wife of Joseph Haiusworth, of Coat, died 21 Jan., 1719, 
aged 52. 

Eosemand, d. of James Shuttleworth, died, Ap. 2'4, 1725. 

Mary, w. of James Shuttleworth, and d. to Joseph Hainsworth, 
died 29 May, 1725, in the 33rd year of her age. 

James, son of James Shuttleworth, died Mar. 30, 1741, in the 20th 
year of his age. 

Hannah, wife of James Shuttleworth, of Idle, died Dec. 29, 1826," 

All on the same tombstone. — Calverley Churchyard. 



166 BURIALS. 

1667. 

Mary, w. Samuel Kitching, May 7 

Joseph Wavde's wife, of Farsley, 9 

Thomas Brooke's wife, of Bagley, 17 

An infant of Samuel Tennant's, of Calverley, 19 

William, s. John Robinson, of Calverley, 20 

Samuel Tennant's wife, of Calverley, 20 

A dau. of John Wood's, of Stanningley, 22 

Will : s. of Will : Kellett, Idle, June 9 

Ann, w. John Myars, Calverley, 11 

Ann, w. John Broadbelt, Farsley, 19 

Beatrix Calverley, de eodem Calverley, 19 

Ann, w. William Barrhouse, July 8 

Elizabeth, w. Thomas Roberts, att Bradford, bury, 12 

Hannah, d. Ann Stanley, of Farsley, 17 

Elizabeth Berry, of Idle, 20 
Sarah, d. of Thomas Slater*, Idle, August 2 

Elizabeth, w. William Gant, Pudsey, 3 

Elizabeth, w. Mr. Winterbottom, Pudsey, 9 

Francis Jackson, of Calverley Carr, 10 

John, s. William Wilson, Pudsey, ]0 
Barbarah, w. Benjamin Waugh, of Apperley Bridge,t 18 

Mercy, w. Michael Fen ton, Pudsey, 19 
William, s. John Oggden, September 4 

William, s. William Lee, of Black Hey, 7 

Two infants of Joshua Lumby's, 21 

Esther, d. Abraham Hainsworth, Stanningley, 30 

* " Sarah, d. Thomas Slater, of Wrose, bur. August 2, 1667. 

Mary, d. of Thomas Slater, of W., bur. Feb. 8, 1675. 

Mary, w. of William Gill, of Horsforth, and d. of Mr. Henry Slater, 
of Woodhall, died 25 xMay, in the 28th year of her age. A.D. 1724. 

Another stone covers : — 

Thomas Slater, of Idle, died 26 Nov. 1688. 

Thomas Slater, of Wrose, father to Thomas Slater, of Idle, died 14 
Dec. 1698, in the 73rd year of his age. 

(Also Mary Elliott, bur., May 6, 1847, set 77 yrs.) 

Thomas, son of Thomas Slater, of Idle, died 29 Mar., 1690.*' 

t By her will nuncupative, dated 16 Aug., 1667, Barbara Waugh, 
wife of Benjamin Waugh, of Apperley Bridge, bequeaths the £50 
due to her after a certain time by the last will of Thomas Atkinson, 
her father, unto Benjamin Waugh, her husband. Witnesses :— Ber- 
nard Dawson, Benjamin Sandall. 



BURIALS. 



167 



Thomas Holling worth, Woodall* 

Judeth {hlanlc) of Stanningley, 

Alice, d. of John Hollingworth, of Woodall, 

Thomas, s. John Dracupp, Idle Green, 

Ellen, d. Richard Gott, Idle, 

John Goodall, sen., of Pudsey, 

Mary, d. Richard Gott, Idle. 

Susanna, w. Thomas Fairbauke, Farsley, 

An infant of Henry Foster's, 

Robert Tommis, 

Henry Foster's wife. 

An infant of John Dodgson's, of Pudsey, 

William Garnet, Pudsey, 

An infant of Abraham Hutchinson's, 

The wife of Thomas Rawson, of Wrose, 

Henry Foster's child, 

John Illingworth, of Idle, 

Luke Broadley, Eccleshill, 

Timothy Farrer, sen., of Idle, 

Widdow Raylton, of Stanningley, 

A base begotten child of Edward Smith's, of 

John, s. of Thomas Preston, 

Mary, w. Christopher Thornton, 

John Tydswell's wife, of Windhill, 

Mary Townend, 

A son of John Kitson's, of Eccleshill, 

An infant of Christopher Carter's, Pudsey, 

Elizabeth, w. of Samuel Ward, 



1667. 

October 3 

4 

5 

5 

5 

10 

20 

28 

November 2 

2 

7 

21 

December 7 

15 

18 

24 

28 

ao 

January 13 
13 



Pudsey, 



13 
23 
25 
30 
February 6 
24 
24 
March 8 



( Edward Allanbridge, Richard Gaunt, 

\ Jeremiah Flather, John Bucke, \ Churchwardens. 

( William Wilson, John Midgley. 



* By his will nuncupative, dated 28 Sept. 1667, Tho : Holling. 
worth, of Woodhall, par. Calverley, bequeathes to his mother, 3£ a 
year out of the land he bought at Barkerend, (in Bradford) for life, 
and after her decease, to his wife and child. Also to his sister Martha 
10£, to be paid by his wife. His goods to his wife, to pay his debts 
and funeral expenses. Remainder to herself and child. Witnesses, 
Joshua Rawson, John Hollingworth, and the testator's wife. 



168 BURIALS. 

1668. 
Alice, w. of Anthony Butler, March 25 

William Wilson, of Pudsey, 28 

Samuel, s. of Thomas Brooke, Bagley, 31 

An infaut of John Todd's, of Idle, 31 

Hannah, w. of Thomas Bucketrout, of Whitecoat, 31 

John Broadbelt,* of Farsley, April 1 

Widdow Hudson, of Windhill, 3 

Sam : s. of Robert Bowlton, of Idle, 4 

Widdow Menclands,f of Farsley, 5 

John ScaifiPe, of Idle, 9 

Immanuel Boococke's wife, Pudsey, 10 

Sarah, d. William Whitley, Pudsey, 11 

An infant of Nicolas Kitching, of Rodley, 11 

Thomas, s. of Thomas Atkinson, of Idle, 20 

Will : Rawson, of Priestthorpe, 20 

Ellen Nelson, of Idle, May 4 

Widdow Rish worth, of the Coate House, 5 

John, s. James Roades, Calverley, 17 

William, s. William Hartley, 18 

Richard Sugden,J Calverley, 26 

Thomas Archer, § ofWilgrave, June 2 

* Will dated 18 Feb., 1667. He is described as a yeoman. He 
directs his body to be buried at Calverley. He bequeathes certain 
lands and houses with appurtenances, which he possesses in Armley, 
par. Leeds, to John and William Robinson, sons of Richard Robinson, 
of Armley, and their heirs. They are to pay to Elizabeth Casson, d. 
of Richard Casson, of Armley, 40i6, when she is 21, and to John and 
James Broadbelt, 10£ (5£ each) at 21 ; and to Robert Smith, of Hol- 
beck, the testator's cousin. 10s. yearly. Richard Robinson, of Armley, 
is appointed executor. Witnesses :— John Illingworth, Benj. Sandall. 
Pr. 20 Apr. 1668. 

t Monklands. 

X By his will, dated 20th May, 1668, Richard Sugden, of Calverley, 
bequeathes to his sister Isabel, 5s., to all to whom he is uncle 6d. each. 
All the rest to Jane, his wife, and James Hobson, of Idle, who are sole 
executors. Witnesses : — John Butler, John Sargison. 

§ The will nuncupative, of Tho : Archer, of Willgrave, in the town- 
ship of Pud.sey, yeoman, is dated Sept. 1667. He directs that Jennet 
his wife, have her part of his goods according to the custom of the 
province. To Jennet Richardson, of Idle, he bequeaths 5£. To Alex- 
ander Archer, his brother, 12d. If the testator's wife had a son, he 
was to inherit his lands, and Hannah, his d., and bis other daughters. 



BURIALS. 169 

1668. 

A child of Michael Goodall's, of Farsley, June 10 

Jonas Booth, of Idle, 12 

William, s. Joseph Wade, of Bagley, 17 

Samuel, s. John Wilson, Pudsey, 23 

Kobert Denby's wife, of Windhill, 23 

Martha, d. John Nelson, of Asholt, 28 

Robert Denby, sen., of Windhill, July 9 

John Bynnes, of Farsley, 20 

Frances, d. William Smith, Bowl ton, 20 

Ann, d. Henry Foster, August 6 

An infant of Robert Craven's, 8 

An infant of William Hey's, 14 

Marke Shut, of Farsley, 16 
(blank) Leigh, of Black Hey, September 24 

A bastard of Isabel Hirst's, 25 

John Turner, of Stanningley, October 7 

Joseph Thackery, of Wilgrave, 11 

William Stephenson, of Farsley, aged 93 years, 29 

Samuel, s. William Walker, Idle Thorpe, November 4 

Agnes, d. John Illingworth, Idle Thorpe, 7 

James Whittaker, of Idle, 14 

William Lambert, of Calverley, 27. 

Elizabeth, d. Andrew Hare, 30 
An infant of Thomas Hutchinson's, of Pudsey, December 8 

Widdow Knowles, of the Carr, 17 

his goods. If his wife had no son, then Hannah and his other daugh- 
ters were to inherit his lands. If his children died without issue, one 
half of his messuage and lands in Bradford, in the occupation of John 
Steail, were to pass to Jennet, his wife, for life ; and during her life 
the other half of the said messuage and lands to the most needful 
poor of Emley, (2()s.), Huddersfield, (20s.), Bradford, (30s.), and 
Pudsey, (36s. 8d.), in these proportions : to be distributed by the 
testator's good friends, James Sale, of Pudsey, clerk, Jonas Water- 
house, of Bradford, clerke, Michael Jenkinson, of Pudsey, and John 
Sagar, of Allerton, yeoman, and their heirs. After his wife's decease 
he wills the said messuages and lands to the said J. S., J. W., M. J., 
and J. S., for these uses— that the ministers at the places aforesaid, 
shall receive out of the profits of the same, the yearly sum of 13s. 4d. 
for their week-day sermons about Whitsuntide and St. Martin's day 
in winter. The residue of the protits to go to the poor in the said 
places. To each of his kinsfolks, before-named, i2d. Jennet, his 
wife, and Hannah, his d., joint executors. 



170 BURIALS. 

1668. 

John Bradley, of the Carr, December 19 

Susan Fowler, of Pudsey, 21 

Mary, d. Thomas Fairbanke, 22 

Widdow Eastwood, of Pudsey, January 9 

Christopher Tennant, Margaret Browne, of Calverley,* 12 

Matthew Flather, Parsley, 15 

Bridget Tennant, of Calverley, 17 

James, s. Matthew Beeston, Idle, 21 

James Booth, Thorpe, 23 

An infant of Nicholas Kitchiug's, 31 

Elizabeth Stephenson, of Wrose, February 11 

An infant of Robert Watkinson's, 13 

William, son of AVilliam Brooksbanke, 17 

Peter Flather's wife, of Calverley, March 1 

Susanna, d. Samuel Ward, 4 

John Wood, of the Mill, 20 

( Henry Haist, Stephen Stoute, ] 

< Andrew Smith, Thomas Ledgard, > Churchwardens 

( Thomas Hutchinson William Farrer. J 

1669. 

Thomas Hill,t of Windhill, March 30 

Christopher Carter, of Pudsey, April 9 

Martha, d. Thomas Tayler, 14 

Henry, s. John Adcocke, of Wrose, 17 

Samuel Thackerey's wife, 18 

Elizabeth Myars, of Calverley, 19 

Widdow Thackery, of Parsley. 19 

John Vickers, junior, of Idle Parke, 20 

William, s. William Thompson, May 8 

* Evidently an entry of marriage entered here by mistake. 

f Thomas Hill, of Windhill, fellraonger, made his will, 16 March, 
1668-9. By il. he gives 12d. to every one of his children, i.e., to Mary 
Cullingworth, Ann Hill, John Hill, Thomas Hill, Jonathan Hill, Wil- 
liam Hill, Faith H., Margaret H., each 12d. To Mary, his wife, all 
his messuages, houses, lands, &c., in Windhill, to dispose of them 
among his children as she shall think fit, excepting his new house in 
Windhill, which is to go to Margaret, his d., and her heirs, &;c., after 
the death of his wife. Also to the said Margaret, 12 £. Rest of 
goods and chattels to Mary, his wife, for and towards the education 
of his children during their minority. Mary, his wife, sole executrix. 
W^itnesses, Humfrey Musgrave, WiUiam Denby, George Booth. 



BURIALS. 171 

1669. 

Thomas Rawson, of Wrose, May 12 

Joshua, s. of William Hamond, 15 

Widdow Yickers, of Idle, 20 

Mary Swavne, of Idle, 22 

Abraham Hain worth, Farsley, 25 

Grace, w. Matthew Foster, 25 

An infant of Robert Burnell's, June 14 

John Dawson, of Calverley, 16 

Jaine Ryley, of Pudsey, July 1 

An infant of William Nichols, 2 

Joseph, s. John Stead, Idle, 15 

John Illing worth*, of Farsley, 26 

Grace, w. Joseph Kitching, of Farsley, 28 

Thomas Pearson, of Idle, August 5 

Sarah, w. Robert Howgate, 16 

Christopher, s. Henry Nettleton, September 1 

William, s. Thomas Hutchinson, 5 

Mary, w. Richard Thompson, of Bowlton, aged 88, 6 

Two infants of Humphrey Hutchinson's, 19 

Widdow Shutt, Farsley, 23 

Mary Pickers2:ill, Farsley, 26 

Joseph, s. William Wade, Bagley, October 1 

Mary, d. Johri Walker, Rodley, ll' 

Wilham Brookesbauke, Farsley, 12 

John Foster's wife, of iVpperley, 24 

* " Here lieth the Body | of John Illingworth, [ of Farsley, yeoman, 
I Buryed July 26th, 1669:'—C7iancel of Calverle-y Church. 

His will is dated 6th Mar., 1668. To Isabel, his wife, he bequeaths 
for life, the messuacje and the houses, &c. appertaining to it. in his 
occupation in Farsley, except the close called the Carr, part of which 
is occupied by Jos. Waide. Also to said Isabel, all his bowsing, lands, 
&c., in Illingworth, in Ovenden township, in the occupation of John 
Illingworth, his cousin : and after Isabel's decease, the Farsley pro- 
perty to Richard Calvert's son James, of Horsforth, and Mary Step- 
henson, d. of Bridget St., deceased, and their heirs, &c., equally 
betwixt them, if they chance to marry together, they to pay thereout 
£20 to Geo. Calvert, the elder brother of James, and £10 to Grace C, 
sister of the same, and £10 to Jane Stephenson, d. of Wm. S. If they 
do not marry together, the Farsley property to go to James Calvert. 
The lands at Illingworth, are bequeathed to his cousin John Illing- 
worth, after Isabel's death. Witnesses : — Robert Snawden, Josias 
Brooke. 



172 



BURIALS. 



1669. 

An infant of Abraham Hutchinson's, Pudsey, October 27 

SHmuel, s. William Lumby, Pudsey, November 1 

William Wade's wife, Parsley, 18 

Samuel Goodall, Pudsey, 26 

Mary, d. Thomas Ledgard, Idle, December 13 

An infant of Jonas Deanes, 14 

Eobert, s. Martin Wilson, Greengates, 16 

Peter Barhouse, Calverley, 21 

Ann, w. Edward Walton, Wadlands, 29 

Abraham, s. Edmund Falshaw, January 10 

John Downes,* Pudsey, 11 

Sarah, d. Nicolas Kitching, 13 

Susanna, d. Anthony Parkinson, 14 

Mary, w. James Eastwood, Pudsey, 19 

An infant of John Heje's, Pudsey, 27 

An infant of John Wilkinson's 29 

James Eastwood, Pudsey, February 10 

Margaret, d. Edward Mackerith, 12 

Elizabeth, w. John Ogden, Calverley, 13 

John Wilkinson's wife, of Windhill, 14 

James Dickinson, Windhill Wood End, March 6 

Abraham, s. James Hobson, Idle, 11 

John Walker's wife, of the Mill Lane, 14 

Samuel, s. Samuel Stable, Pudsey, 17 

Ann, d. Robert Press, Pudsey, 24 

1670. 

Hannah, d. Edward Scot, March 27 

Samuel, s. William Kellet, Idle, 30 

John Smith, Windhill, April 3 

Patience, d. Samuel Crab tree, Stanningley, 15 

Mary, d. Bernard Dawson, 22 

Martha, d. Samuel Lumby, Pudsey, 23 

An infant of John Turner's, of Stanningley, May 17 

Mary Mitchell, of Wilgrave, 21 

Hannah, d. Stephen Harper, 25 

John, s. John Booth, Idle, 26 

* John Downes, of Pudsey. clothier, made his will 4 Jan. 1666-7. 
By it he leaves to Robert D., his eldest brother. 208., his brother El- 

kanah D., Is. Elizabeth West, who was his maid, os. Rest to Grace, 
his wife, who is sole executrix. 



BURIALS. 173 

1670. 

Thomas, s. Edward Wilkinson, Idle, May 26 

Mary, d. John HoUingworth, Woodall, June 7 

John, s. Thomas Raistricke, Idle, 12 

A bastard of Thomas Lyster's, of Bowlton, 17 

Richard Farrer's wife, Pudsey, 18 

John Procter's wife, Pudsey, 18 

An infant of John Wilkinson's, Pudsey, 19 

A d. of Simon Bell's, of Bowlton, 29 

A d. of William Paslew's, of Idle, July 1 

Mary, w. of William Child, of Pudsey, 7 

Sarah, d. of Thomas Thornton, of Idle, 29 

Bridget Kay, of Pudsey, August 2 

Thomas Norton, of Calverley, 15 

Ruth, d. of William Hey, of Pudsey, 16 

Rozamond Burnell, of the Mill Lane, 18 

An infant of John Broadley's, of Eccleshill, 18 

An infant of Jeremiah G aunt's, of Pudsey, 19 

Sarah, w. of Richard Got, of Idle, 22 

Sarah, w. of Will. Scaiffe, of Windhill, 24 

Thomas Armitedge's wife, 25 

Thomas Roades, of Pudsey, September 2 

Timothy, s. Jonathan Tasker, Windhill, 11 

A child of Peter Hawksbye's, of Pudsey, 14 

Samuel Marshall, of Idle Parke, 15 

John Fenton, senior, of Pudsey, 19 

Old widdow Flather, of Parsley, 21 

Joseph Midgley's wife, of Bowlton, 2Q 

Joseph Walker's wife, of Priest- thorpe, October 6 

Abraham Hainworth, of Stanningley, 12 

Judeth, w. of Joseph Yickers, of Idle Parke, 25 

Mary, d. Richard Whittaker, Pudsey, November 5 

Ann, d. Edward Mackereth, Idle, 14 

Elizabeth Kitson, of Idle Parke, 24 

Robert Press of Pudsey, 28 

Beatrix, d. John Ogden, Idle, December 7 

Robert Wilkinson, Pudsey, 10 

Thomas Jowitt, Idle, 14 

James Rhodes, Calverley, January 3 

John, s. Jonas Deane, Greengates, 7 

Matthew, s. James Smith, Calverley, 18 

An infant of Thomas Fisher's, of Pudsey, 19 



174 BURIALS. 

1670. 
John "Wilson, Idle Green, January 24 

Sarah, d. James Hobson, Idle, 25 
John Rawson, Farsley, February 4 

Ellen, d. John Lobley, of Idle Parke, 5 

Samuel Gaunt, of Pudsey, 11 

William, s. Tristram Lambert, Calverley, 12 

John Foster, Apperley Bridge, 13 

Grace, w. Tristram Lambert, 15 

Mary, d. John Peele, 15 

A wandring beggar from Idle, 18 

Tristram, s. John Lobley, of Idle Parke, 27 

Timothy, s. John Lobley, Idle Parke, 27 

Mary, d. Marmaduke Warwicke, Idle, 27 

ElizalDeth, d. John Peele, of Idle Green, March 6 

Elizabeth, d. Robert Watkinson, Pudsey, 8 

William Riley, Pudsey, 12 

An infant of Richard Rawson's, of Priest Thorpe, 13 

Widdow Bawmforth, of Wrose, ] 3 

1671. 

John Watterhouse, Idle, March 29 

Sarah, d. William Walker, Idle, 29 
James, s. Josua Dickinson, Idle West Wood End, April 5 

Richard Williamson, of Calverby, 13 

Mary, w. Joseph Holmes, Wrose, 14 

James Blackburn e, Apperley, 16 

Grace Myles, Pudsey, 16 

Joseph Rawson, Wrose, 21 

Dorothy, d. Edward Mackerith, Idle, 25 

Samuel Austen, Calverley, 28 

Beatrix Fisher, Pudsey, 30 

An infant of Samuel Howgate's, of Farsley, May 5 

Andrew Smith, of Farsley, 16 

Rosamond Hare, Calverley, 18 

Benjamin Roades, Farsley, 23 

A child of John Stead's, of Idle, 27 

A child of Samuel Nettleton's, of Pudsey, 28 

Margeret Illingworth, of Apperley Bridge, 30 

Ann, w. Nicolas Kitching, of Rodley, 31 

Jonathan Dighton, of Pudsey, 31 

Ellen, d. Widdow Gibson, Pudsey, June 8 



BURTALSi. 175 

1671. 

An infant of Richard Ward's, of Pudsey, June 9 

William Coates, of Owle Coates, 16 

Samuel Howo-ate, of Farsley, 24 

Mary, w. of Edward Leio^h, of Pudsey, 25 

Elizabeth, w. of Joshua Lumby, Pudsey, 27 

(John, s. of*) Thomas Taylor, Pudsey, 27 

Sarah, d. William Ryley, Pudsey, July 1 

John Kitson's wife, of Calverley Carre, G 

George Kitching, of Eccleshell, 8 

Ann, d. James Snawden, ofWadlands, 13 

Margaret Stephenson, Calverley, 15 

Hannah, d. Mr. John Smith, Pudsey, 29 

Michael Ryley's wife, Pudsey, 30 

Agnes, d. William Walton, Idle, August 12 

Mary, d. Henry Tayler, Idle, September 2 

Grace, w. Isaac Walker, Calverley, 6 

Mary, d. of Isaac Walker, of Calverley, 6 

A son of Thomas Fenton's, of Pudsey, 25 

Richard Booth,t of Idle, " 29 

Edith, d. John Peele, Idle, October 7 

An infant of Richard Sympson's, 7 

An infant of William Nicholls', 10 

An infant of John Slater's, 10 

Thomas Oggden, of Idle Greene, 20 
Richard Stringer's wife and child, of Bagley, November 2 

John Busfield, of Pudsey, 3 

Richard Waller, of Pudsey, December 2 

Ann, d. Francis Boococke, 2 

Mary, d. Christopher Lang, Wrose, '* 2 

WiUiam Barrowes, of the Carre, 15 

Ann d. Robert Howgate, 19 

Katherine Harrison, of Calverley, 21 

* Different handwriting. 

t The will of Richard Booth, of Idle, joyner, is dated 10 March, 
1G68-9 (21 Ch. 2). By it he leaves to VVm. Buck, of Thorpe, and Anne, 
his wife, L5s. each. " To Richard I'.ooth, and William Booth, childrea 
of Bryan Booth, my late brother, deceased, 12d. each. To Martha 
Booth, daaghter of Bryan, all that messuage, &c. where I dwell." 
Mentions Wm. Booth, son of William, his eldest brother, late of Roth- 
well, deceased. Anne, his wife, appointed executor. Witnesses ; — 
John Butler. William lUingworth. Br. 9 Jan. 167 J -2. 



176 BURIALS. 

1671. 

Thomas Jackson, of Stanningley Greene, December 24 

Joshua, s. Francis Boococke, of Pudsej, 26 

Prudence Garnett, of Pudsey, January 1 

Samuel, s. William Myars, of Idle, 17 

Thomas Dufifton, Pudsey, 26 

John, s. John Way d, Pudsey, 31 

Hannah, d. Joshua Lumby, February 2 

James Lepton, Stanningley Greene, 10 

Mary, w. William Fothergill, of Greengates, March 10 

Richard x\keroyd,'^ of Stone Style, 93 annorum, 12 

Edward, s. John Robinson,* of Calverley, 3 2 

Thomas England, Idle, 21 

William Lambert, Eccleshill, 22 

Mathew Stephenson, of Wrose, 27 

Thomas Stausfeild, of Idle Thorpe, 28 

r Richard Gyll, Thomas Syzer, ") 

< Samuel Wayde, William Dawson, > Churchwardens. 

(_Richard Farrar, Thomas Harper, j 

1672. 

Edward Wood's wife, Pudsey, April 10 

Sarah, w. John Dracup, Idle, 14 

Widdow Carter, Pudsey, 29 

Ann Shutt, Parsley, May 9 

Thomas Kittson, Idle Parke, 13 

AVilliam, s. of Martin Wilson, 21 

An infant of Susan Croft's, June 7 

Mr. Robert Miluer, of Pudsey, 10 

William Child's son, of Pudsey, 12 

Robert Presse, his child, Pudsey, 16 

An infant of John AVilkinson's, 16 

A d. of Thomas Rhoads, of Pudsey, 24 

Robert Lumby, of Pudsey, set. 83 annorum, 28 

A child of John Wayd's, of Pudsey, 28 

Ann, w. of Robert Lumby, junior, July 20 

An infant of Peter Hawksby's, 27 

♦ There is part of a tombstone in the churchyard, the name of the 

person whom it has covered being cut off, which ends " buried 

Mar. 12, 1671." 



BURIALS. 177 

1672. 

Samuel Lumby, senior, of Pudsey, August 9 

Susannah Farrar, Idle, 9 

Alice, w. Richard Gaunt, Pudsey, 19 

An infant of William Gaunt's, 21 
An infant of Edward Scott's, September 10 

Old Dame Lobley, of Pudsey, get., 99 annorum, 14 

Sarah Walker, of Pudsey, 16 

A child of James Onyon's, 24 

Ann Booth, of Idle, set. 83 annorum,* 27 

Deborah Whittacres, of Idle Thorpe, 29 

Peter Pickersgill's wife, of Owle coates, 29 

Grace, d. Richard Croysdale, Idle, October 3 

Mary, w. Robert Carrack, Idle, 8 

Ann Rogers, of Pudsey, 1 1 

MichaerPenton, Pudsey, 20 

Mary Allanbridge, Calverley Mill, 21 

William Smith's wife, of Bowlton, 21 

W^alter Farrar, Pudsey, 25 

John Firth, Idle, 27 

Ann, w. John Dyson, Pudsey, 28 
George Booth, Idle, November 22 

John Calvert, Calverley, 25 

Timothy Calverley, of Pudsey, December — 

An infant of Martin Wilson's, — 

Mary Thompson, of Stone Stile, 1 1 

Samuel Ward, of Pudsey, 18 

Thomas, s. George Hudson, Pudsey, 19 

Phebe, d. Benjamin Roades, Farsley, 20 



* Will dated 24 Feb., 1670, (23 Ch. II). Pr. 10 Dec, 1672. The will 
of Geo. Booth, husbandman, leaves to Mary, the wife of Jonas Brigg, 
Mary, wife of Jeremie Hillas, Martha, the wife of Christopher 
Eoods, George Booth, James Booth, and Jane, wife of James 
Braithwaile, all his children, to every one of them 12d., and the 
rest to Isabel, his wife, to dispose among his children. His wife sole 
executor. Witnesses. James Booth, Christopher Wyreing, John 
Butler. Pr. 10 Sept. 1672, by Isabel Booth. 



178 



BURIALS. 



1672. 
December 28 
January 4 (?) 
15(?) 



Martha Kitson,* of Pndsey, 
Elizabeth, w. William Denby, of Windhill,f 
Joseph Threapland, Pudsey, 

John Gibson, Pndsey, — 
John, s. John Haw, Pudsey, February 3 

Jannett, w. James Glenseover, Rodley, 9 

Martha Lnmby, widdow, of Pudsey, 13 

Anne, w. Joseph Kitching, Parsley, 18 

Richard Cinamon, of Stannin^ley, . • 19 

Esther, d. William Jackson, Pudsey, March 1 

Elizabeth, d. Ptobert Howgate, Calverley, 6 

Francis Pake's wife, of Stanningley, 9 

Joseph, s. William Bucke, of Idle Thorpe, 10 

Francis, s. of Edward Williamson, of Idle, 10 

Mary, w. of George Liegh, of Pudsey, 10 

John Roads, of Pudsey, 1 1 

Benjamin, s. of William Bucke, of Idle Thorpe,' 16 

Two infants of Thomas Ledgard's, of Idle, 21 

( Thomas Brown, Clarke Hilhouse, ) 

< Martin Dawson, Thomas Milner, > Churchwardens. 

( William Robinson, Cuthbert Leigh. ) 

1673. 
An infant of William Haynworth's, of Parsley, March 28 

Ann Calverley, of Pudsey, April 9 

John Pumfrett's childe, of Idle, 11 

Thomas Hill, of Apperley Bridge, 16 

Richard, s. John Wilkinson, of Windhill, 17 

Grace Crabtree, of Stanningley, 18 

* Martha Kitson, of Pudsey, widow, made her will 15 March 
1670-1. To Jonas Tasker, her brother, she bequeaths a yearly rent 
of £.3 10s., out of lands in Ovenden. To Anthony, and Samuel T., 
sons of Samuel T., of Ovenden ; Joseph T., son of Anthony T., her 
brother, 20s. To Edward T., son of Anthony, 30s. To Mary Ingham, 
d. of John I., of Ovenden, £20. To John, Jonas, Joshua, Edward, 
and Jonathan, sons of said Jonas T., each £20. Esther, d. of Jonas 
T., £5. Anthony and Samuel, sons of Samuel T.. £10 each. To 
Samuel Tasker, father and son, 3 closes called " West Royds," in 
Pudsey, in the occupation of Jos. Crabtree. To Tho. Tasker. als. 
Bins, £10. Witnesses, Josh. Lumby, John Wilson, Jos. Holdsworth. 

f Administration of the goods of William Denby, of the Pari.sh of 
Calverley, was granted 24 April 1674, to David and Isabella Denby, 
Hobert Denby. prob. 



BURIALS. 179 

1673. 

Anne, d. William Bake, of Farsley, April 24 

An infant of Stephen Harper's, of Pudsey, 26 

Mary, d. of Mai. Myars, Calverley, " May 1 

Elizabeth, d. Joseph Wayde, of Farsley, 4 

Susan, d. John Illingworth, Idle Thorpe, 7 

Ann, w. William Bucke, Idle Thorpe,* 9 

John Adcocke, Wrose, 10 

William Waynwrio-ht, Tyresal, 13 

Ann, w. John Frankling-^ Pudsey, 18 

Edward Williamson, Idle, 25 

Sarah Jowett, Idle Thorpe, June 12 

Mary, d. Thomas Tayler, Pudsey, July 1 

An infant of Edward Wood's, Pudsey, 3 

Ascah, d. of Benjamin Roades, Farsley, 9 

Susanah, d. Joseph Walker, of Mill Layne, 13 

Hannah, d. Richard Gaunt, Pudsey, 16 

Peter Flather, of Calverley, set., 82 annorum, 20 

Jonathan Leach, Pudsey, August 4 

Thomas Foster, Apperley Bridge, 5 

An infant of Benjamin Sandall's, of Idle Parke, 13 

Grace, d. Edward Williamson, 17 

An infant of William Nicholls, 19 

Ellen, d. William Flather, Farsley, 19 
James, s. James Booth, Idle Greene, September 1 

Mary, w. Francis Harrison, Windhill, 3 

Widdow Pawson, of Stanniugley, 11 

Joshua^ s. John Frankling, of Farsley, 11 

{llanh) s. oi {blank) Walsh, of Pudsey, 14 

Sarah, d. Abraham Turner. Farsley, 18 

Elizabeth, d. Richard Wayde, Baggley, ' 21 

Mary, d. Francis Boococke, Pudsey, October 2 

Widdow Jackson, Stanningley, 12 

William, s. Peter Hawksby, Pudsey, 13 

Robert Haist, of Calverley, 20 

* "Ann, wife of William Bucke. of Idle Thorpe, bur. 9 May, 1673. 
Joseph and Benjamin, sons of William Bucke, bur. Mar. 1st and Mar. 
10th, 1672. (Also William Simpson, who died Aug. 17th, 1814, aged 
65 years. William Bucke, of Idle Thorpe, yeoman, bur. 14 July, 1680. 
William Bucke, his son, gentleman, bur. 6 Apr., l^Sl.'"— Calve lieij 
Ckurchijard. 



180 



BURIALS. 



1673. 

Isabel Ilin^worth, Idle, October 23 

Richard, s. William Lepton, Pudsey, 25 

John Lister's maide- servant, of Bowlton, 25 

Sarah, d. of William Child, Pudsej, Noyember 4 

Susan Hare, of Calverley, 5 

Mary, w. Thomas Tayler, Pudsey, 1 2 

Widow Haynworth, Parsley, 12 

Timothy, s. Timothy Elsworth, Tyresall, 19 

John Jackson, 22 

William Denby, junior, Windhill, 29 

Francis Walton's wife, of Parsley, December 9 

John, s. William Child, Pudsey, 1 1 

Jennett Gargrave, Pudsey, 15 

Mary, d. William Gaunt, Pudsey, 19 

James Crabtree, Pudsey, 20 

Joseph Midgley, Bowlton, 25 

Ann, d. John Chapman, Pudsey, 25 

Widow Pontefret, of Idle, 26 

Mary, w. John Broadley, of Eccleshill, January 8 

An infant of John Norfolke, of Apperley, 8 

William, s. of Henry Foster, Calverley, 10 

George Skirrow, senior, W^ose, 12 

Hannah, d. Henry Tayler, Idle, 18 

Thomas Curton, junior, Pudsey, 22 

Thomas Grave, of Idle Mill, 26 

Ann, w. John Wood, of Pudsey, 28 

A child of Robert Broadley, Stanningley, 31 

Hannah, d. John Carter, Stanningley, February 2 

James Homer, a stranger, 3 

Deborah, d. Mr. James Sayle, Pudsey, 5 

John Dracup, senior, Idle, 8 

Martha Fletcher, Greene Gaytes, 8 

Mrs. Grace Milner, Pudsey,* 20 

An infant of John Strickland's, of Rodley, 23 

Bridgett, w. Rich. Thompson,! Bowlton, 26 

* Administration of her goods granted to Thomas M., her son, 19 
July, 1676. 

f '' Bridget, wife of Henry Atkinson, in the Parish of Calverley, 
afterward the wife of Richard Thompson, of Bolton, buried 26 Feb. 
1673. 

John Atkinson, of Idle Thorpe, died 25 Dec. 1707. John, son of 
above John, died 1 5 Aug. 17G3, in the 7uth year of his age."— Calverlt'ij 
Clniiu'hiiard. 



BURIALS. 181 

1673. 

Lawrence Bucke,* Idle Mill, set., 79 aunorum, March 2 

Ann, d. John Broadley, Eccle-shell, 4 

Thomas Turton, Pudsey, 7 

Mathew Hall, Pudsey, 9 

Susan, w. John Gaunt, junior, Pudsey, 10 

John Dyson, Pudsey, 21 

i Joshua Rawson, Daniel Gaunt, ) 
Thomas Fairbanke, John Slater, > Churchwardens. 
Gabriel Dodgson, James Booth, j 

1674. 

Mary, d. Robert Sugden, senr., Tyresall March 29 

Bryan, son of John Robarts, of Calv. Mill, April 2 

An infant of Henry Nettleton's, of Owle coates, 2 

Joseph, s. of Joseph Wayde, of Parsley Greene, 6 

John, s. of George Leigh, of Pudsey, 9 

Ann, d. Francis Harrison, Windhill, 12 

Grace, d. Samuel Crabtree, Stanningley, 13 

John Dracup, jun., Idle Green, 20 

Mary, d. Thomas Raistricke, Idle, 22 

Mary, w. Joseph Gaunt, Pudsey, . 23 

William Coates, Calverley, 24 

Sarah, w. John Newell, Idle Thorpe, 31 

An infant of Samuel Towne's, of Idle, May 3 

Henry, s. William Atkinson, Apperley Bridge, 21 (?) 

Mary, d. John Dawson, Idle, 24 

* The will of Lawrence Bucke, of Idle, yeoman, is dated 24 Oct., 
25 Ch. 2 (1673) and was pr. 9 June, 1674, by Tho. Slater, John Slater, 
and Dina Brooke. By it he wills that his personal estate be kept 
among his younger children. Having already estated his lands and 
tenements to his two sons, John and William, he bequeaths to Dinah 
Bucke, his dau., £50 and these goods, bedstead, &c. standing in the 
heck-chamber, four pewter dublers, three flaggons, &c., and one dozen 
of quishions (cushions), one brasse pott, and one little brasse panne. 
To Grace, his dau., wife of Peter Sunderland, Esq., £10. To Jane, 
his dau., wife of William Topham, £20. To Mary, his dau., wife of 
Tho. Slater, £5. To Mercy, his dau., wife of James Slater, £5. To 
Elizabeth, his dau., wife of Abra. Nicholls, £5. To William Bucke, 
my son, £5, To William Bucke, the younger, £o. To John B., his 
son, three milne-stones. The residue of his goods, <fec., to Peter 
Sunderland, Esq. (after paying funeral expenses, &c.) Martin Dawson, 
Thos. Slater, Wm. Topham, John Slater, Abra. Nicholls, and Dinah 
Buck, to be equally divided, and they are all appointed joint executors. 
Witnesses, Samuel Stable, junr., John Pontefract. 



182 BURIALS. 

1074. 

Widow Goodall, Pudsey, May 27 

Sarah Roades, Farsley, June 5 

Widow Jowett, Idle Greene, 6 

Joshua, s. Thomas Stanfield, Idle Thorpe, 10 

Mary Croft, Pudsey, 14 

Sarah, d. Henry Haste, Calverley, 22 

Issabell, d. Widow Smith, Bowlton, July 15 

Grace, d. Francis Harrison, Apperley Bridge, August 7 

Isaac Balme's wife, of Pudsey, 20 

An infant of Benjamin Sandall's, of Idle Parke, 22 
Ann, d. John Marshall, of Stanuingley, September 11 

{blmih) d. of John Pontefract, Idle, 13 

Ann, d. James Crabtree, Pudsey, 16 

An infant of Edward Mackerith's, of Idle, 16 

Martha, d. Thomas Hollingworth, Woodall, 18 

Margaret Smith, Bowlton," 23 

Mary, d. Thomas Hollingworth, Woodall, October 2 

Sarah, w. John Wriggles worth. Idle, 3 

Samuel, s. Timothy Hare, Calverley, 15 

Jane Dawson, Calverley, 20 

Susan Kellett, Idle, November 6 

Elizabeth, d. Francis Boococke, Pudsey, December 1 

John, s. George Birch, Windhill, 5 

Richard, s, Richard Stocks, Bowlton, 11 

Martha, d. Edward Leigh, Pudsey, 23 

A child of Thomas Fenton's, Pudsey, 23 

Widow Wilkinson, Pudsey, 24 

Widow Horner, Stanniugley, 29 

William Hainsworth, Farsley, January 4 

Jaine, w. John Saltingstall, 4 

William Kitson, set. 85 annorum, of Greengates, 9 

Susan, w. Jeremiah Watterworth, Calverley, 22 

Philipe Peirson, Calverley, 23 

Old William Heartley, of Idle, 24 

Sarah, w. Jonas Walker, Wrose, 27 

Widdow Dighton, Pudsey, 27 

An infant of William Nicholls, Farsley, 27 

An infant of George Booth's, of Idle, 31 

Margaret, w. George Booth, Idle, February 2 



BURIALS. 183 

1674. 
An infant of Thomas Oldfield's, and born of the 

body of Mary Briggs, February 2 

Martha Harper, of Calverley, 3 

William Armittedge, Idle Parke, ^t. 77 annorum, 5 

Elizabeth, w. Richard Croysdall, Idle, 5 

William Warwicke, Idle,* 10 

John Nettleton, Owl Coates, set. 72 annorum, 19 

Elizabeth, w. of Daniel Gaunt, Pudsey, 20 

William Walsh, of Pudsey, 21 

John Wilkinson, Pudsey, 23 

Sarah, d. Marmaduke Warwicke, 23 

Mary, of Samuel Vickers, Idle Parke, February 25 

Ruth, d. Humphrey Musgrave, Idle, 25 

Susan Hammerton, Pudsey, March 2 

Abraham, s. John Pontefract, Idle, 7 

Mary, d. Susan Pollard, Idle, 9 

An infant of John Robarts, of Calverley Mill, 13 

Margaret, w. William Browne, Apperley Bridge, 13 

Widow Booth, of Idle Thorpe, 
A child of John Wrigglesworth, Idle, 

Thomas Thornton, Idle, 4 

Widdow Bamforth, Wrose, 3 

1675. 
Sarah, d. William Norton, Idle Thorpe, March 29 

{Francis Knowles, Thomas Watterworth,") ^-, . 
Edward Smith, William Bucke, > "^^^^^^^^^^ 

Samuel Stables, John Powell. j waiaens. 

John Turton's wife, of Pudsey, April 5 

Sarah, d. Edward Harrison, 9 

Sarah, d. Jeremiah Flather, 12 

William Hartley, Idle, April 14 

* Wm. Warwick, of Idle, made his will 31 Jan., 1G74-5. By it he 
bequeaths to his son William, W., the moieties of all his houses, lands, 
&c. in his tenure in Idle, or so much as are not in his wife's jointure, 
he paying to Mary Warwick, his dau.. £10 at 21, William B.. jun., of 
Idle Green, to be the feofEer for her. Eesidue to the said William W., 
his son, the remainder to Mary and her heirs, the remainder to 
Hannah W., testator's sister, and heirs, remainder to Sarah W., his 
youngest sister, jlrid heirs &c., after his wife Mary's decease, who is 
sole executrix. Witnesses, Thos. Atkinson, Wni. Bucke, Wm. Garth, 
Wm. Bucke. 



184 



BURIALS. 



1675. 

Robert Wilkinson, Pudsey, April 19 

Isaac, s. Christopher Whitlow, 20 

Ellen, w. Samuel Waide, Senior, of Baggley, 21 

A d. of Thomas Thornton, of Idle, May 2 

A d. of Thomas Robarts, of Tyresall, 5 

Mrs. Barker, of Wadlands, 13 

Mary, d. Samuel Hobson, Idle, 16 

Ann, w. William Pasley, Idle, 19 

Mercy Smythies, brought from Stanningley, 22 

Mary, d. Henry Todd, June 7 

Agues, w. Gilbert Steade, 9 

John, s. Samuel Tennant, 21 

Nathaniel, s. John Carter, Farsley, July 2 

Isaac Gaunt's wife, Pudsey, 2 

Jeremiah, s. James Dickonson, 23 

Hannah, d. Samuel Wood, Pudsey, 25 

Alice, w. William Roades, Pudsey, August 8 

John Cousin, Pudsey, 30 

Samuel, s. Edward Williamson, Idle, 30 

Marmaduke Warwicke, Idle, September 4 

Hannah, d. John Carter, Farsley, 7 
Ann Whitehead, of Eccleshell, who of late lived at Farsley, 

being 80 years old. 8 

A child of John Hawe's, of Pudsey, 14 

Edward Jowett,* of Idle Thorpe, set. 79 annorum, 20 

Robert Suggden, Wilgreave, October 3 

Jeremiah Gaunt's, wife, Pudsey, 4 

Widdow Roades, Farsley, 5 

Mary Saunders. Pudsey, 10 

David Roades, Farsley, 1 1 

Alice, d. r Isabel different ifik) Calvert, Idle Parke, 28 

Samuel Wayde, sen., Baggley, 29 

Mary Butler, Idle Thorpe, November 8 

William Cousin, Idle, 18 

Elizabeth, w. Andrew Thompson, White coate, 21 

* The will of John Jowett. of Bolton, par. Calverley, is dated 21 
Oct., 1675. By it he bequeaths his lands in Bolton to his mother for 
life, and to Mary Jowett. and Alice Jowett, his sisters £10 each. 
His mother to be sole executrix. Witnesses, John Lister and William 
Kawson. 



BURIALS. 185 

1675. 

Richard Wayde, Stanningley Greene, November 27 

An infant of Robert Watkinson's, Pudsey, December 28 

Another infant of Robert Watkinson's, 29 

John Gaunt, Pudsey, get. 87 anuorum,* January 3 

Alice, d. Samuel Farrer, ldle,f 11 

John, s. Samuel Smith, Pudsey, ' 15 

Marp^aret Bland, of Idle, widdow, 19 

William Waide, senior, Bagley, 25 

Ann, w. Anthony Parkinson, Idle, 25 

William, s. Thomas Bankes, Pudsey, 27 

Mary, d. Timothy Farrar, senr., Idle, 29 

John Coates, of Pudsey, 30 

Edward Kent4 of Pudsey, February 7 

Mary, w. of William Hudson, of Trench, 8 

A d. of Francis Harrison's, of Windhill, 10 

An infant of Jeremiah Flather's, of Farsley, 16 

* The will of John Gaunt, of Pudsey, was pr. 5 Feb., 1676-7, by- 
Mary, his widow. 

f Alice Farrer, of Idle, spinster, made her will 31 Dec, 1675. By 
it she gave her household goods in the house of William Clarkson, 
her stepfather, to Timothy Farrer, her brother, he to pay thereout to 
William F., her brother 40s., and to Samuel F.. her bro., 40s., and to 
Mary, her s., 40s. Eemainder of goods &c. to Elizabeth, her mother, 
now wife of said William Clarkson, and to Eichard Farrer, her 
brother, equally. They to be executors. Witnesses, Elizabeth Hobson, 
Richard Sargison. 

J Edward Kent, of Pudsey, yeoman, made his will, 8th Dec. 27 Ch. 
2(1675). He bequeaths to Edward K., his son and heir apparent, 
two closes of land called the Intacks, near Monk Bridge, in Chapel- 
Allerton, in his own occupation ; also a messuage, with barn, &c. in 
Great Woodhouse. in the occupation of Ingram Holmes, and two other 
dwelling houses, and barns, &c. in Great Woodhouse, in the occupa- 
tion of James Mershall, and Cicely Smith, and a dwelling house, 
barn, and croft, in G. W., in the occupation of Thomas Robson, and 
one other dwelling house and barn, &c. in G. W., in the occupation of 
Henry Preston, and such liberties, &c.,on the common of Woodhouse, 
for setting tenters, and hanging wool, and all other liberties, ways, 
&c. «&c. to the said Edward, his son, remainder to John Kent, his 
younger son, and his heirs. And to Edward K., his eldest son, all 
his rights, &c in two closes in Great Woodhouse, which he held by 
lease from Mr. John Harrison, and then in occupation of John Over- 
ing, and Ingram Holmes. Also to John Kent, his second son, £330. 
The rest and residue to Edward, who is to be sole executor. Wit- 
nesses, Jonathan Gargrave, George Hudson, Matthew Rhodes. 



186 BURIALS. 

]675.^ 
An infant of William Marshall, of Stanninglej, February 18 
]\Iary AUanbridge, Calverley Mill, 23 

Edmund Falshey, of Stanningley, 27 

John Walker, of the Mill Lane. 27 

Hugh Watterworth, of the Mill Lane, set. 84 annorum, 

March 12 
Samuel s. Samuel Gaunt, Pudsey, 22 

Mr. Georp^e Richardson, ) ^i, i, j x? n ^ ^ 
Joseph Ki tching, | Churchwardens for Calverley. 

.lllhfif Lnm^hv^' 1 Churchwardens for Pudsey. 



Joshua Lumby 

Richard Ser^eson, | ^, -, -, o ^J^ 

Samuel Marshall, | Churchwardens for Idle. 

1676. 

Matthew Foster, of Idle, March 31 

Ann, d. Robert Carrocke. Idle, April 5 

William Sowden, Eccleshill, 12 

Martha Barhouse, Calverley, 12 

Issabell Hairst, of Calverley, 18 

A child of William Bake's,'Farsley, 20 

Agnes, w. Timothy Farrer, Idle Thorpe, 22 

John Lobley, Pudsey, 29 

Widdow Attkinson.* Apperley Bridge, 29 

Ann, d. William Smith, Bowlton, 29 

Walter Sowden, Calverley, May 9 

Rebeccah, d. Thomas Goodall, Pudsey, 23 

John, s. Gilbert Stead, 28 

Elizabeth, d. Thomas Musgrave, Pudsey, 29 

* Tlie will of Ann Atkinson, of Apperley Bridge, widow, is dat(?d 2 
Mar., lG7r>. and was pr. Feb. 1676-7. Messuages, tenements, and 
buildings, in Idle, in the occupation of John Stead, and 5 closes of 
land in Idle, called Stubbings. lately in occup. of Benj. Swaine, with 
appurta., to Isabel Thornton, her d. for life ; then to Thomas Th., her 
younger son, and the heirs of his body. In default of such heirs, to 
Sarah T.. Mary T., daus. of the said Isabel, and their heirs. Thomas 
T,, to pay his sister Sarah £20, and his sister Mary £20 out of it. 
To Tho. Atk., of Idle, oOs., Barnard Dawson, 50s., Benj. Waugh, her 
son-in-law, £10 ; Benj. Sandall, and Jolin Stable, her nephews, .50s. 
each ; John Stead, the younger, the 3 rainges in the house, and the. 
Tannhouse chamber ; Isabel Tli. her d., sole executrix. Witnesses, 
Benj. Sandall, Bernard Dawson, Benj. Sandall. senr. 



BURIALS. 187 

1676. 

Jeremiah, s. Jolm AVatterhouse, Idle, June 13 
Jaine, d. Mr. Benjamin Sandall, Vicar, who dyed the 13th 

and was buryed the 16th day. 

An infant of William Nicholls, of Farsley, July 31 

Grace, d. William Myars, Idle, August 3 

Henry, s. John Oxener, Farsley, 16 

William Leigh's w. of the Blacke Hey, 18 

Benjamin, s. of John Slater, of Wrose, 22 

Barbarah, d. Peter Hawksby, September 17 

Maude, w. Luke Broadley, Eccleshell, 27 

William Rhoades, of Pudsey, October 10 

Widdow Sowden, of Wrose, 30 

Dorothy, d. Henry Tayler, Idle, November 20 

Grace, d. John Vickers, Idle, 22 

John Sandall,* of Idle, December 12 

Thomas Browne, f Idle Thorpe, 14 

Edward, s. Simon Bell, Bowlton, 14 

Widdow Presse, Pudsey, 14 

Ellen Smith, (a widdow) of Pudsey, 16 

Ann, w. Henry Tayler, of Idle Greene 20 

Widdow Brooksbanke, Farsley, 27 

William Lepton, senr., Pudsey, 28 

Timothy Hare, Calverley, 29 

Alice, d. William Raistricke, Pudsey, 29 

Peter Copper thwaite, Eccleshell Parke, January 1 

William Browne, Apperley Bridge, 2 

Ann, w. John Dufton, Pudsey, 6 

Joseph, s. Robert Thornton, Idle Thorpe, 15 

* "John Sandall, of Idle, died 7 Dec, 1676. 
Mary Stables, died 27 June, 1761, aged 72 years." 

— Calverley Churchyard, 

• The will of John Sandall, of Idle, tanner, is dated 8 Dec., 1676, and 
was pr. 23 Oct., 1677. By it he bequeaths to John S., his son, half of 
one close called " Thackiey close," The other his •' antiente lands in 
Idle, with the barns, buildings, & other appurts.," to him and his heirs 
for ever, paying to his two daus., Mary S., and Susan S., " either of 
them," £40 when 21. Sister Mary Jewit, a lode of wheat yearly till 
his son be 21. Margaret, his wife, to have her thirds, both of goods 
and lands, and to be sole executrix. Witnesses: — Jonathan Midgley, 
John Stead, Joshua Sandall. 

t Will pr. 6 Feb., 1676-7, by Elizabeth, his widow. 



188 BURIALS. 

1676. 
Grace, d. John Slater,* January 19 

William Leigh, senr., Black He}', 25 

Ann, w. of Samuel Cawtherey, of Pudsey, 25 

Thomas Constantine's wife, of Farsley, February 5 

Samuel Lumby, of Pudsey, 7 

Rebeckah, d. Joseph Wilson, of Farsley, 9 

Sarah, w. John Harper, Calverley, 20 

Sarah, w. Anthony Alderson, 23 

Mary, w. Richard Crosley, Pudsey, 23 

Henry Settle, Farsley, " 24 

Edward Smith, Farsley, March 22 

1677. 
Ann, w. William Myars, Idle, March 25 

John Barker, of Calverley, 31 

An infant of William Calvert's, of Idle Parke, April 3 

Margaret, d. William Waller, Idle, 8 

Joshua, s. John Oxner, Farsley, 9 

John, s. Samuel Smith, Farsley, 14 

An infant of John Marshall's, of Stanningley, 15 

An infant of James Booth's, of Idle, 16 

Jonas Smith and William Nicholls, Churchwardens for 
Calverley. 

Richard Lobley and William Atkinson, for Pudsey. 

Samuel Swayne and James Booth, of Windhill, for Idle. 
Grace, d. George Flather, of Stanningley, April 29 

Samuel Goodall, a servant of Marke Hilhouse, of Idle, 

May 3 
Margaret, w. of Robert Grave, of Pudsey, 3 

Timothy, s. John Kittson, Eccleshell, 4 

An infant of Samuel Dighton's, of Pudsey, 13 

Christopher, s. Thomas Thornton, Idle, 19 

Susan, w. William Ward, Pudsey, 27 

An infant of James Booth's, of Windhill, 29 

Susanna, d. Christopher Lang, Wrose, June 3 

Elizabeth, w. William Wainwright, Tyresall, 7 

William Scaife, Windhill, 26 

* There is a tombstone in the churchyard, (the first part of the 

inscription on which is obliterated,) which runs : — " life 

the 18th da}' of January, 1676. 

Here lyeth Thomas, s. of Thomas Watteras, of Calverley mill, 

died 16 Nov., 1729, ia the 2Gth year of his age." 



BURIALS. 189 

1677. 
John, s. John Turner, of Stanuingley, 

(by swallowing a button,) July 14 

Susannah, w. Anthony Raistricke, Idle, August 8 

Elizabeth, w. William Lepton, Pudsey, 10 

An infant of Samuel Hobson's, of Idle Greene, 23 

Sarah, w. John Ghuelder, Farsley, 25 

John, s. Benjamin Sandall, clerke, dyed the 26th day, and 

was buryed the 30th. 

Joseph Kitching, of Farsley, 31 

Samuel Teunant, junr. Calverley, September 19 

Fraunces, w. William Hammond, Bowlton, 20 

An infant of Daniel Gaunt's, Pudsey, 21 

Samuel Cawthery, Pudsey Huigh, set. 89 annorum, 27 

Sarah, d. Christopher Lang, Wrose, 27 

Bryan Doe, Farsley, set. 95 annorum, October 3 

Benjamin, s. Benjamin Sandall, of Idle, 15 

John Harper, of Calverley, set. 81 annorum, 17 

Grace Townes, Idle, 30 

Jonathan, s. Samuel Nettleton, Owle coates, 31 

Benjamin, s. William Child, of Pudsey, November 2 

Ann, w. John Sandall, Thackley, 7 

An infant of Michael Ryley, jun., Pudsey, 11 

Elizabeth, d. Joseph Holmes, Wrose, 18 

John Myars, Idle Greene, December 31 

Ellen, w. Samuel Ward, Pudsey, January 2 

Edith Tong,* Idle, widow, 4 

Edward Wilkinson, Idle, 7 

Thomas, s. John Wilson, Pudsey, 10 

John Hairst, Calverley, 14 

Thomas Goodall's wife, of Pudsey, February 7 

Edward Clayton, of Idle Thorpe, 8 
Samuel, s. Thomas Goodall, (the child that the sayd Thomas 

Goodall's wife (iu labour) dyed of) 10 

John Saltinstall, of Idle, 15 

* Will dated 30 Dec, 29 Ch. II., 1677. Pr. U Aug., 167h by Josias 
Milner, of the city of York, her younger son. By it she gives to 
Josias Milner, the house in Idle where she lived, he paying to John M., 
his elder brother, £10. To the said Josias, all her •' goods, cattle, and 
chattels." He to be sole executor. Witnesses :— William Clarlcson, 
Richard Farreye, John Stanhop. 



100 BURIALS. 

1677. 

Christopher, s. Joha Xettleton, Owle cotes, February 16 

Widdow Kittson, of Eccleshell, 20 

Martha, w. John Marshall, of Stanninglej, March 6 

Ann, W.Thomas Bains, Pudsey, 15 

William, s. Samuel Smith, Farsley, 22 

Elizabeth, d. William Myars, Idle, April 2 

An infant of William Harrison's, Idle, 2 

Mary, d. John Hairst, Calverley, 3 

Mercy Fen ton, Pudsey, 4 

Isabel, w. Mr. John Smith, Pudsey, 5 

George Birch,* Windhill, 8 

Churchwardens : 

Bernard Dawson, and Joshua Broadley, Calverley. 

William Jowett and Ptichard Shay, Idle, 

William Rudd, and Robert Lumby, Pudsey. 

1678. 

Deborah Dawson, of Pudsey, April 10 

John Denby, of Windhill,!" 17 

Mary Watterworth, Pudsey, 19 

Ann Bamforth, Windhill, May 13 

Susannah, d. Thomas Scarborough, 18 

Ann, w. George Birch, Windhill, June 9 

Ann, d. Robert Howgate, Calverley, 20 

Mary, w. James Constantine, Farsley, 27 

John Cuttill, of Calverley, August 1 

An infant of Edward Leigh's, of Pudsey, 1 5 

John Slater,J Wrose, 20 

* Will dated 28 Jan., 29 Ch. II.. (1G77-8) George Birch, of Wind- 
liill, senr., cloth-fuller. He bequeaths all his right in the messuage, 
Ac, where he dwells, with barns, buildings, lands, &c. and of and in 
one fulling machine with appurtenances, &c.. to his eldest son, George 
Booth, with such timber, wood, and tools, as belong to the said milne. 
To his younger son, Richard Booth, £20 at 21. Anne, his wife, to 
•educate Ricliard, and to have the interest of £20 for seven years. To 
his dau. Anne B., £\6 at 21. Residue of goods and chattels to George 
.and Mary Booth, his son and dau,, who are to be executors. Wit- 
nesses : — Miles Rushforth, sen.. Miles Rushforth, junr., Jos. Stead. 

^ Will pr. 23 Apr. 1678, by Mary, his widow. 

X "John Slater, of Wrose, died 17 Aug., 1678. 

John, son of above John S. of W., died 2s June 1721." 

— Calcerley Churchyard. 



BURIALS. 191 

1G78. 

An infant of George Flather's, of Stanningley, August 25 

John Hollingworth, of Woodall, 30 

John Lobley, junr., of Idle Parke, September 13 

Joseph, s. Joseph Rycroft, Idle, 18 

Joseph Lumby, Idle Thorpe, 23 

Margaret 8andall,* Idle, October 8 

Ann, w. John Watterhonse, Idle, 13 

Mrs. Hannah Cooke, Pudsey, 14 

John Chapman, jnn , Pudsey, 22 

John Holdsworth, Tyresall," November 7 

William Kitching, Calverley, 19 

An infant of Timothy Farrer's, of Pudsey, December 8 

Sarah, w. Robert Preston, Idle, 10 

Agnes, w. John Firth, Idle, 19 

Mary IlUngworth, Idle Thorpe, 20 

Robert Preston, Idle, 25 

An infant of Susan Croft's, of Pudsey, 26 

Joseph, s. Samuel Hogg, Wrose, January 6 

John, s. John Dawson, Idle, 22 

Sarah, d. Thomas Armittedge, Windhill, 23 

Sarah, d. Thomas Harper, Bowlton, February 1 

An infant of Jeremiah Walker's, Idle, 15 

Thomas Curtan, Pudsey, 18 

James, s. Mr. Thomas Cooke, - 26 

Mary, d. Humphrey Musgrave, Idle, 27 

Samuel Hare, Calverley, March 5 

Ann Sowden, Woodall, 8 

Mercy, w. Edward Tommis, Eccleshell, 19 

Lydia, d. John Lobley, Idle Parke, 20 

Widdow Fearnley, Pudsey, 21 

Richard Aske, and Edward Waide, of Calverley. 

Thomas Slater, and Joseph Vickers, of Idle. 

Jeremy Crabtree, and John Wilson, of Pudsey. 
Churchwardens for the yeare 1678. 

* Will dated 19 Sept. 1678. Mentions her three children, John, 
Mary, and Susannah Sandall, To John Stead, her apprentice, she 
bequeaths 40s. and the remainder to her three children. Lucy 
Smith, her mother, tutrix and guardian. If she die, John Smith, of 
Bradford, and Josh. Sandall, of Idle, her brothers, to have their 
tuition, John, Mary, and Susannah, executors. Jonathan Midgley, 
of Baildon, gent., and John Stead, tlio elder, of Idle, tanner, superv'i- 
sors. Witnesses, William Clarkson. William Bucke. Pr. 9 July. lG7i>. 



192 BURIALS. 

1679. 

Mary Hanworth, widow, of Stanningley, April 2 

Mary Sympson, of Idle, widdow, 3 

Ann, the w. of Joseph Wayde, of Baggley, 6 

Mary, d. John Jowett, Idle, 18 

Mr. James Sale,* of Pudsey, 21 

Sarah, w. Francis Harrison, 22 

John Hare, s. Andrew Hare, Calverley, 24 

Mary, d. Widow Foster, of Idle, 24 

Mary, d. Widow Cuttill, of Calverley, 26 

An infant of Thomas Hill's, of Windhill, 28 

Sarah, d. Benjamin Swaine, Idle, 30 

Ann, w. John Feuton, Pudsey, May 1 

Thomas, s. George Bucktroute, of the mill, 2 

John, s. Humphrey Musgrave, Idle, 4 

James Hammerton, Pudsey, 6 

Mary Roads, Bowlton, 7 

Jonathan Watterhouse, Idle, 10 

Joseph, s, Isaac Gant, Pudsey, 17 

John Sands, Wrose, 27 

William, s. William Firth, Idle, June 10 

William, s. Widow Hare, Calverley, 18 

An infant of John Hargraves, of Calverley, 19 

Humphrey Roads, Pudsey, 18 
Mr. Jeremiah Scafe, de Windhill, pasdagogus sedulissimus 

et vicinis amantissimus, 30 

* (First part of inscription cutoff) parted this life the 11 

day I of April, in the 60th year of | his age. Anno Domini | 1679 | 
Also the body of M's. Bea | trix, the wife of Mr. .James | Sale, afore- 
said, who de I parted this life the first | day of January in the 79th | 
year of her age, Anno Do. | 1701. Here also is interred ye j body of 
Mrs. Beatrice, the I wife of Richard Hutton, ( of Pudsey, gent., who 
de I (the rest cut off.) — 5". Aisle of Calverley Church. 

Beatrix, wife of Rev. James Sayle, was daughter of Richard Rich- 
ardson, of North Bierley. by Anne, daughter and heir of William 
Pollard. (Dugdale's Visitation, 1665, p. 50. Dr. Whitaker's Craven 
1814, p. 161.) Their daughter and co-heir Beatrix, bur. at Calverley, 
16 Jan., 1708-9. Her husband, Richard Hutton, was second son of 
Richard Hutton, of Poppleton, (grandson of Archbishop Matthew 
Hutton) by the Hon. Dorothy Fairfax. He was buried 28 July, 1708, 
at Calverley. His daughter Eleanor married Joseph Briggs, 30 
March, 1712, and was buried .S March, 1731-2, leaving a son, Hutton 
Briggs, living in 1735, at York. See Thoresby's Leeds, ed. Whitaker, 
p. 37. 



BURIALS. 193 

1679. 

Edward, s. of Widow Kitching, July 10 

Richard Croysdall, Idle, 19 

Joseph, s. of Thomas Williamson, Calverley, 20 

Edward Tomis, Eccleshill, 29 

Edward Sands, Wrose, August 12 

Susan, d. Mary Jowett, Idle, 1 6 

John Liegh, Tyresall, 20 

Ann, w. Christopher Gill, Eccleshill, 20 

Thomas Milner,* Pudsey, 22 

Ruth Hatton, Farsley, 23 

Susan, w. Joseph Mankland, 23 

Anna, w. Samuel Marshall, of Idle Parke, 31 

Robert Carrocke, Idle,f September 2 

Mary, w. William Pasley, Idle Greene, 23 

Elizabeth, w. Robert Suawden, Wadlands, October 2 

An infant of William Nichols, of Farsley, 4 

William, s. Joshua Denby, of Windhill, 6 

Tristram, s. Tristram Hare, of Willgrave, 16 

Isaac Bococke, Pudsey, November 2 

Thomas Mitchell, Pudsey, 9 

Joseph Bower, t of Tyresall, buried at Bradford, 14 

Mary, d. John Carter, Baggley, 16 

Sarah Leigh, of Black Hey, 21 

Thomas Stephenson, Farsley, 22 

John Grave's wife, of Idle, 22 

An infant of Joseph Wilson's, of Farsley, 23 

Sarah, w. William Swayne, of Idle Parke, December 13 

Joseph, s. Jonathan Gaunt, of Pudsey, 14 

John, s. John Fothergill, 14 

* The will of Thomas, Milner, of Pudsey, was proved 10 March, 
1679—80, by Susannah Milner : that of Robert Milner, of Pudsey 
21 May, 1673, by Anna Milner, his widow. 

Snaith. 1615—6, Jan. 8. John Mylner, of Pudsey, gentleman, and 
William Adam, of Camblesforth Graindge, yeoman, give bond to ad- 
minister to John Adam, of Heck, and pay her portion to his daughter 
Margaret. 

t His will is dated 8 August, 1679, (and was proved 21 same ?). His 
wife to have the " upper end" of his dwelling-house, with barn, two 
crofts, and half of garden for life. Mentions his daughter Margaret, 
Alexander Jeffrey, Margaret Jeffrey, Martha Medley, Abraham 
Greene, and Martha Waterhouse. Witnesses, Jeremy Welfit, William 
Clarkson, John Horsfall. 

% Will proved 11 May, 1680, by Jon. Bower, his son. 



194 BURIALS. 

1679. 

Joshua Lumbey, Pudsey, December 24 

Ann, w. Geo. Bucktrout, of the mill, 24 

John Harper, of Calverley, 25 

Jane Allanbridge, of Calverley Mill, 30 

Agnes Denby, of Windhill, January 2 

Ann, d. Samuel Drake, Idle Parke, 3 
Ann, w. Robert Broadley, of Rickersey, (Rwhardshaw) 4 

Thomas Slater, of Wrose, 6 

Martha Walterhouse, of Idle, 10 

Samuel Walterhouse, of Idle, 15 

Anna, d. of John Strickland, of Rodley, 25 

An infant of Peter Hawksby's, of Rodley, 28 

Martha, d. William Robinson, of Rickersey, February 1 

Edward, s. Benjamin Sandall Idle, 4 

Mary Firth, Idle, 15 

Esther,* w. Benjamin Sandall, Idle, 26 

Joseph, s. John Hey, Pudsey, 26 

Alice, d. Tobias Croft, Pudsey, 26 

John, s. John Hast, Calverley, 28 

An infant of George Flather's, March 7 

Judith, w. Samuel Gaunt, Pudsey, 15 

John Goodall, of Pudsey, 21 

1680. 

Henry Hast, Calverley, 26 

Susannah Croft, Pudsey, . 28 

Mr. Michael Jenkinson,f Pudsey, 31 



* Esther, wife of Benjamin Sandall, of Idle, died 23rd Feb., 1679. 
(brass gone.) 

Elizabeth, wife of Ben. Sandall, of Idle, " which was daughter of 
Thomas Slater, of Wrose," who died 12th Nov., 1690. — Calverley 
Churchyard. 

f The will of Michael Jenkinson, of Pudsey, Gent., is dated 20th 
March, 1679—80, and was pr. 3 May, 1680. He bequeaths to Samuel 
J., of Horbury, gent., his brother, and to William Cottam, of Leeds, 
clothworker, . their heirs and assigns, all his messuages, houses, 
edifices, lands, &c., in Pudsey, and all his goods, and chattels, money, 
and personal estate, in trust to sell the same " for the most money 
they can get," After paying debts, &c., the rest to go to Sarah J., 
his mother, and her heirs, &;c., for distribution among his brethren 
and sisters. Samuel J. and W. C, sole executors. Witnesses, Peter 
Booth, Bathsheba Craven, Joseph Holdsworth. 



BURIALS. 195 

1680. 

Margaret Watterson, of Pudsey, April 5 

Thomas Musgrave, of Pudsey, 7 

Churchwardens, 1679. 
Pudsey, William Lumby, John Kent. 
Calverley, John Hare, James Con stan tine. 
Idle, John Buck, Martin Dawson. 

Elizabeth, d. James Booth, Idle, April 10 

Sarah, d. James Booth, Idle, 21 

Elizabeth Ine, Eccleshell, April 23 

Ann, d. Robert Hare, Thorpe, 25 

Widow Williamson, of Calverley, 26 

Jane Hare, Calverley, 28 

Barbara, d. Peter Hawksby, Pudsey, May 9 

Mary, d. Gilbert Stead, Idle, 10 

Mary, d. Jonas Walker, Wrose, 12 

Mercy, w. Samuel Hogg, Wrose, 19 

An infant of Mr. Hardy's, of Pudsey, 20 

Mary, w. Japhet Atkinson, of Pudsey, 24 

Ann, w. William Ward, Calverley, 26 

Mary, w. James Ellis, Pudsey, June 3 

An infant of Samuel Hobson, of Idle, 30 

John, s. Christopher Foster, Greengates, July 4 

John, s. James Vicars, Greengates, 5 

William Bucke, of Idle Thorpe, 14 

Elizabeth, w. Will : Lister, Bowlton, August 11 

An infant of Thomas Bugden's, of Pudsey, 16 

Thomas, s. Thomas Poe, of Leedes, September 1 

Richard Thornton, of Idle, 4 

An infant of Samuel Towne's, of Idle, 6 

Daniel, s. Daniel Gaunt, of Pudsey, 8 

Elizabeth, s. Samuel Kitching, Calverley, 8 

Edward Walton, of Wadlands, 12 

Tristram Lambert, Calverley, 20 

Christopher, s. John Milner, Pudsey, 20 

Abraham Cousin, Idle, 30 

Thomas Buckden, Pudsey, October 7 

Hannah, d, Samuel Kitching, Calverley, 12 

An infant of Samuel Waide's, of Parsley, 16 

Jonas Walker, of Wrose, 21 

Jacob Elliston, of Wrose, 22 

John Nettleton, of the wle Coates, 24 



196 



BURIALS. 



1680. 

Richard Burch, of Windhill, November 10 

Widow Tliresh. of Farslej, 16 

George Hainsworth, of Coate House, 17 

An infant of John Bentley's, 18 

Sarah, w. Michael Goodall, Farsley, 23 

Sarah, w. Mr. Hardy, Pudsey, December 11 

Mercy, Benjamin Swaine, Idle, 13 

Elizabeth, d. Marmaduke Warwicke, Idle, January 3 

Jane Scalbet, Calverley, , 19 

Samuel, s. Samuel Whitehead, Farsley, 20 

An infant of Robert Illingworth, of Wrose, 23 

Jonas, s. of William Kendill, of Pudsey, February 2 

An infant of Andrew Wade's, of Farsley, 20 

An infant of Samuel Wilkinson's, of Pudsey, 22 

An infant of John Walton's, of Stanningley, 28 

William, s. Robert Armittedge, of Calverley, Mareh 5 

John Mitchell, of Pudsey, 5 

Walter, s. Walter Farrer, Pudsey, 9 

An infant of William Hammond, of Bowlton, 9 

Thomas Thompson, of Idle Parke, 12 

Two infants of John Croser's, of Bowlton, 13 

William Jowett, of Idle Thorpe, 24 

Sarah, d. of Thomas Williamson, of Calverley, 24 



Churchwardens anno praeterito, 1680. 

For Calverley, William Thompson and John Guelder. 

For Pudsey, James Pierson and Jonas Bower. 

For Idle, John Stead, junr., and William Hammond. 



@bbi^ionaf Qto^ee. 




I have come across the following charters among the Calverley 
papers in the British Museum, relating to early "Vicars of Calverley. 

I. Additional Charter, 16,832. (Vitel. 24.*) Charter by which 
William, the son of John Atte Well, of Pudsey, gives to 8ir Thomas 
de Lisle, vicar of Calverley, and William de 
Bergheby, chaplain, lands in Pudesay. 
Witnesses : — Walter de Calverley, Adam de 
Hoptone, Thomas Dautry, Thomas de 
Tirsall, Eobert Atte Well, John Bylton de 
Pudsay, and others. Dated at Pudsey, 
Monday next before the feast of St. 
Thomas the Apostle. 48 Ed. III. 1374. 

Seal of green wax. Protuberant on the 
back. The inscription, the Arms of 
Walter de Calverley, in a shield placed 
within a seize-foil, as appears by part of 
an inscription around it ERLE.... 

II. Additional Charter, 17,088, (Yedon, 23) Charter by 
which Richard de Chelleray, gives to Thomas de Lile, vicar of the 
Church of Calvirlay, William de Glasebroce, William de Calthorpe, 
Stephen de Eccleshille, chaplain, and John Tillsone* of Essheholt. the 
manor of Yedon. Witnesses : — Walter Calvirley, Robert Passelewe, 
and others. Dated Sunday next after the feast of the Beheading of 
St. John the Baptist, 42 Ed. Ill, (29th Aug., 1368). With seal. 

III. Additional Charter, 17,089, (Yedon 24). Indenture by 
which Thomas de Lile, vicar of Calvirlay, William de Glasebroce, 
William de Calthorpe, Stephen de Eccleshill, chaplain, and John 
Tillesone of Essheolt, give to Richard de Chelleray, the hall and 
lands in Yedon for his life, at the annual rent of 3s. 4d. Dated on 
the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, (Sep. 21) 42 Ed. III. 1368. 

IV. Additional Charter, 17,090 (Yedon, 25). Letters by which 
Richard de Chelleray, junior, quit claims to Thomas de Lile, vicar of 

* The names and numbers in brackets refer to the original classification of the papers 
when in the hands of Sir Walter Calverley, Bart., who had them catalogued in 1737. 

* Tilson. Was John Tilson an ancestor of Henry Tilson, the persecuted Bishop of 
Elphin, 1639 — 1655? For particulars of the eventful hfe of the eminent bish(tp. see 
Whitaker's Zotrfis ^ E/we<e. 1816, p. 302, History of ll'hrillei/, p. 443, Asshtton's 
Journal. Cheiham Sac . Pub XIV. Hughes' History of MelUiam, p. 33 seq. 



198 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



Calverley, and others, of lands in Over Yedone, Nether Yedone, and 
Essheolt, which he had of the gift of his father. Dated Saturday 
next after the feast of St. Matthew, the Apostle, 42 Ed. III. 1368, 
With seal. 

V. Additional Ch., 17.100, (Yedon, .35), Charter by which 
Richard de Goldsburgh, Knt., junior, and Thomas Elys give to John 
de Waltara. junior, (Qu Walton ?) Sir John de Sandal, rector of 
Langton. Sir Thomas \_de VIsW], perpetual vicar of Calverley, and 
Stephen de Eccleshill, chaplain, lands in Essheholt, Over- Yedone, 
Nether- Yedone, and Roudone, formerly of Thomas de Lumley. 
Witnesses. Sir Robert de Roos. Symon Ward. Nicholas Middeltone, 
Knt., and others. Dated, 8 July 46 Ed. III. (1372), 

VI. Add. Ch. 17,101. Copy of the above. 

VII. Add. Ch. 16.866 (Titus 7). Letters by which Walter de 
Calverley, knt., makes Sir John de Asshald, 
vicar of the church of Calverley, and Walter 
Howlette, of the same, his attornies, to deliver 
seizin to John de Normanvile, John de Buck- 
tone de Ceteringtone, and others. Dated 1 
Oct., 1.5 Ric. II. (1391). 

Seal, Two labels, bevelwise, the seals, thin 
plated red wax. The impression of a semi- 
naked woman, the circumference round the 
oval studded. 

VIII. Add. Ch., 16867, Copy of the above, without seal or label. 

IX. Add. Ch.. 16.948 (Dom. 47). Indenture by which John 
Brereton, vicar of Calverley. and Elis Balholt, give to Thomas Cal- 
verley, son of Walter Calverley, lands in Clarburghe, Haytone, and 
Wellum, in the county of Nottingham, in Eccleshille, Manyngham, 
Giselay, and Menstone, in the county of York, which they had of the 
grant of the said Walter, to hold in fee tail. Witnesses, Robert Scar- 
gill and others. Dated 8th Sept.. 36 H. VI., (1459). 

With two seals of red wax, the first a W crowned, the second, a 
W, over it a fish naiant. 





ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



199 



X. ADD. Ch., 16949, (Dom. 48). Charter by which Walter Cal- 
verley gives to John Brereton, vicar of Calverley, and Elice Balholt, 
the above mentioned lands. Dated 4th Sept., 36 H. VI, (1457) 

XI. Add. Ch., 16978, (Traj. 9). Charter by which John Herper, 
of Otteley, gives to Richard Calverley, lands in Calverley, and con- 
stitutes Richard Stevensone, vicar of the 
Church of Calverley, and another, his 
attornies. Dated 10th Sept., 14 Hen. VII, 
(1498). With a seal of red wax. Impres- 
sion an antique seal set within an undated 
circle, also within an orbit inscribed, but 
the legend not decipherable, only the let- 
ter V in Roman character. 




The following is communicated to the 
ArclicBological Journal, (vol. 18, p. 62.) by 
George Wentworth, Esq., WooUey Park, 
Wakefield. 

" Deed dated at Wadlands, 10 August, 
11 Hen. VI. (1433), whereby Margaret 
Bollynge granted to Humphrey, Duke of 
Gloucester, John Leventhorp, sen.. John 
Leventhorpe, jun., John Kyng, vicar of 
Halifax, Roberc Browne, parson of Kighley, Cristopher Spencer, Esq., 
Robert Inskipe. Vicar of Calverley, Richard Willesthorpe, and John 
Rissheworth, all her estate in all lands and tenements, rents and 
services in Calverley, Farsley, Pudsey, Wadlands. and Eccleshill, 
which she lately had of the feoffment of Thomas Ihornour, her father, 
to hold, to them and their heirs for ever, of the chief lords of the fee, 
by the services therefore due, and of right accustomed ; upon condi- 
tion that the Duke, &c., or one of them should re-infeoff her or her 
heirs, or perform the will of her or of her heirs in any other manner 
when they had notice thereof ; with a power of re-entry to her and 
her heirs in case the said Duke, &c., should refuse so to do. Witnessed 

by Walter Calverley, armigero, (Johanne. Henrico erased), 

Roberto Bollyng, Willielmo Rothley, et aliis (Willielmo de Leven- 
thorpe, Johanne de Hill de Wulstone, interlined).''' Appended 

by a parchment label is a small circular seal of red wax f in. in dia- 
meter. The device an M rudely executed. 



1643. Accounts of Disbursements for Horse billetted at 
Calverley. 

Calverley and Farsley, Samuel Moss, Constable. 

John Sayle, Thomas Browne, 
William Browne, Michaell Harper. 

11. s. d. 
Under the Lord i' They billetted a troop consisting of 60 ) 



Fairfax. J men and as many horses under the 
J commands of Captain Farrer for 
[ two days and two nights 



6 10 



200 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



f Under Captain Stapleton one day and ); , ^, „ 

one night ] ^ ^* ^ 

I 20 men and 30 horses under the com-"\ 

! mand of Captain Snowden for 10 V 14 12 2 

' days and nights j 

46 men and 50 horses under the com- S 
mandg of Captain Skaif for 5 days > 13 2 6 
L and nights j 

Lancashire. f 60 men and as many horses under the 1 

command of Major Shuttleworth > 6 10 
for 2 days and two nights j 

80 men and as many horses under the] 
the command of Colonel Rigby for > 13 0' 
3 daies and 3 nights j 

120 men and as many horses under the \ 
command of Colonel Cromwell, for > 32 10 
5 days and 5 nights | 

Scottish. ( 7 troops under the command of Lord 
Belcarris for 2 days, after which i 
time three troops removed to Idle, > 113 15 0- 
and the other 4 troops stayed seven 
days longer, per ticket 

Lord Fairfax, i 6 men and as many horses under the 1 

< command of Colonel Bright, for 2 V 13 
t days and 2 nights J 

Provisions sent by warrant. 

Sent to Bradford by warrant from Sir J 
Thomas Fairfax, two horse loads of ( 
provision for man's meat, and half a ^ 
sack of malt ) 

Sent more to Bradford by warrants i 
from Quartermaster Bryans, under/ 
the command of Colonel Lambert, > 
three dozen of oat bread, and nine- ( 
teen cheeses, worth ) 

More provision sent to Bradford by^ 
warrant from Captain Bland, for s 
man and horse, worth j 

Sent to Bramley by warrant from Major 
Copley, three quarter of oats, worth 

Scottish. Delivered at Calverley to the Lord^ 

Balcarris. his quartermaster, 7 quar- > 
ters and 5 strokes of oats, worth... J 

Delivered to Quarter-master Morley, ] 
under the commands of Colonel ( 
Cromwell, by warrant from the said [ 
quartermaster, 4 bushels of pease... ) 



1 10 



8 



O 



o 



4 19 a 



6 



ADDITIONAL NOTES^. 201 

Scottish. Taken by the Lord Belcarris, his sol-"\ 

diers, one grey gelding and a black 1 -irv, a a 
mare from Mr. Calverley, worth £10 j 
for which he hath no ticket j 

One mare, by warrant from Sir John \ 

Savile, with a saddle and bridle, was 1 o o 
sent unto the said Sir John's troop, | 
worth } 

The whole sum for billeting sums to... 174 7 4 

Sent in provisions 14 3 

For horses taken 22 0' 

The total sum is. £210 10 4 



i^ll this was done and performed within the Constabulary 
since the first day of April last (1 644 ?) 

Deduct out of this sum 61. 19s. Od. for oats which is not 
to be allowed for. The remainder is 203Z. 9s. 4^."" 

(Add. MS, 27, 411,>.— [79]). 
Specimen of Receipt for Horses, &c. 

*' Received of Henry Calverley, of Calverley, Esq., one able horse^ 
with saddle, bridle, and pistols, to serve in my troop for this present 
service, according to the order of the Committee of the Militia of this 
County to that purpose. 

Witness my hand this 29th day ) 

of June, 1648. / HENRY GOODRICK."- 

[Add. MS. 27,411, /b. lOOj (165)J 



NOTES ON THE CALVERLEY FAMILY. 



Thomas Calverley, de Kccleshill, 6 H. 7^ 

! 

Elizabeth, nup. 6 H. 7=Edmondus, fil. et h. Johannus 
Montford de Kilnhurst. 

Christopher Calverley, fuit de Eccleshill, 11 Hen. 8_ 
I 

Walterus Calverley, de Bolton, near Bradford,^ Agnes fil. et h. Capt. 

I William Beckwith 
I de Clint. 

I 
(1) filia Wm.=Walterus=(2) filia Hopton, de Armley, 



Musgrave, mu 
et Aun£e. 2nd fil. 
et co-h. William 
Beckwith. 



Calverley. in par. Leeds, 

anno 1638. 



William Calverley,_Anna, fil. et h. Jana, filia=Joh. Ingram, 
de Calverley, et h. 

miles, 38 H. 8, 
ob. ex 15 Eliz. 

DodsKorth, vol. U\, p, 127, vol. 3,^. 82, 160, 162, p. 169 



High Commission Court, York, 1581, July 18. Before the Venerable 
men, Mr. Matthew Hutton, Robert Longlite, LL.D.. William Palmer, 
Sir Thomas Fairfax, Knight, Roger Dalton, Esq., Richard Percy, 
LL.D.. Commissioners of our Lady Queen Elizabeth, and in the pres- 
sence of John Martiall, Notary Pnblic. The office of the Judge 
agaiusD William Calverley, Gentleman. At the petition of Walter 
Calverley. Esq., father of the said William, he is to be removed from 
York Castle, and to dwell within the house of John Moore, Esq., of 
the city of York. Walter Calverley and George EUwicke give bond 
in £200. — From the Consistory Court, York. Rev. C. B. Norcliffe. 



York Wills. 

Samuel Calverley, of Olton ( Oulton.) Will pr. 4 Sept., 1678, by 
Anna C. his widow. 

Thomas Calverley, of Ryhall. Will pr. 1 1 Feb. 1679—80, by Robert 
Jenkinson. 

Nicholas Calverley, of Womersley. Will pr. 12 April, 1650, by Rosa- 
mond Calverley. widow. 

Robert Calverley, of Olton {Oulton). Will pr. 22 May, 1674, by 
Anne, his widow. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 203 

Thomas Calverley, of Ryliall. par. Wragby. Will pr. 19 July, 1678, 

by Geo. Senior. 
Anna Calverley, of Ryhill, widow. Will pr. same day as Thomas C.'s, 

by Geo. Senior, her brother. 
Thomas Calverley, of Brafferton. Will dated 15 Jan., 1466—7, pr, 

11 Apr., 14:67. Mentions his wife, daughters Agnes and Emmote 

Brafferton, John Calverley, junior, and son Richard Brafferton. 

Thomas Calverley, of Minskip. Will dated 24 July, 1553. To be 
buried in the churchyard of St. Andrew's, of Aldburgh. Mentions 
his wife Dyones, and gives his son John Calverley, 20 nobles and 
a bay colte stagge for his portion. "To my daus. Alyson and 
Margaret Calverlay each 20 nobles for their portion." Inventory 
dated 3 Nov., 1553, at Richmond, sum £27 17s. lOd. 

William Calverley, of Womersley, 16 April, 1609, gives his wife a cow 
called " Sturdie." 



1680. Langton. John Gaile, gent., Mary and Jane Gaile, and 
Mary Calverley, for not coming to church. 

— Visitation of the Archdeacon of the East Riding. 



Thomas, son of William Calverley, of Calverley, co. York, Esq., 
deceased, was bound apprentice to Gregory Oldfield, of Gratious 
Street, Merchant Taylor, for seven years, in February, 1603—4. 

For this paragraph I am indebted to the Rev. C. J. Robinson, 
M.A., Rector of West Hackney. 

Thomas Calverley,=,(l) MabeL(2) Jane ^(3) Bridget Raistrick, 



Merchant Taylor, 
bur. 8 Feb. 1633-4, 



bur. 15 
March, 
1624-5. 



bur. 19 June, I m. 2 Nov. 1631. 

1631. bur. 13 Feb. 1634-5. 



Ellen, bp. 

Beatrice, bp. | | 24 Mar., 1632-3. 

12 Aug., 1621. Sarah, bp. Katherine, 

Dec. 1627, bp. 6 Mar., 

bur. 10 Feb. 1630-1. 
1631-2. 



.Edmund Calverley, of the Diocese of York, aged 19, admitted 6 

Nov., 1582. In Sept., 1585, he left for England, having two months 

before received all the holy orders. In 1586—7, he was a prisoner in 

Wisbeach Q>a,%t\e.— Foley's Records of the English Province of the 

Society of Jesns, 1880. 

Biary of the English College, Rome, vol. vi. p. 155. 



1610—20. Samuel Calverley was Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cam- 
bridge.— Leland's Itinerary, ed. Hearne; London, 1774; vol. 5, p. 
402. 



204 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



.Calverley.__Marion. of Kingston-upon-Hull. d. of 

Will dated 31 July, 1551, pr. 31 Dec, 1551. 
Desires to be bur. at Holy Trinity, Hull. 



Richard Calverley, 
living 1551. 

Christopher Calverley. of Hewbie. 
Will dated 14 Aug., 1554. To be 
buried at Sutton, pr. 26 Sept., 
1554. 



I I 

Anne. m. to m. to 

John Elicar. Henry 
Jackson. 



3 Elizabeth, 
d. of 



John Calverley, 
living, 1554. 



Richard, 
living 1554. 



Anne. 
Jane. 



I 
Richard Calverley, of Hesilheade, par _ 
Gisburne. Will dated 6 Nov., (1544-53) 
pr. 15 April. Desires to be buried at 
Gisburne. 



. James 
Calverley. 



Stephen Calverley, living at date of his father's 
will, which also appoints Richard C. and John 
C. the younger, of Bolton, his kinsmen, super- 
visors. 

Robert Calverley. of Tickhill.—Margaret. 
Will dated Aug. 1553. pr. 24 Oct.. 
1.554. To be bur. at Tickhill. Ber- 
nard Calverley is a witness. 



I 
Robert C. 



I 
Richard C. 



John 
Calverley. 



living 1553. 



Caverly. Mr. Robert Boodey Caverly, of Lowell. Mass., has com- 
piled a " Genealogy of the Caverly Family from the year 1116 ^(' the 
year 1880." It is published by Geo. M. Elliott, Lowell. He traces 
the whole of the Caverlys on the other side of the water from Moses 
and Nathaniel Calverley,' who. with a sister Elizabeth, emigrated from 
Yorkshire, England, prior to 1714. The descent of the members of 
the family in the United States appears to be thoroughly and well 
worked out. 



Bradford Par. Reg. 

1701, Oct. 2. John Pearson and Jane Calverley, of Oxenhope, m. 
1754, May 5. Harry, s. of Henry Calverley, of Manningham, bap. 

Tong. 

102.5. Sop. 10. Ann and Plicbe, children of Timothy Calverley. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 205 

Womersley Par. Reg. 

1579—80, March 22, John, s. of William Calverley, of Westgate, (?) 

bapt. 
1582, Dec. 25. Isabel, d. of William Calverley, bapt. 

1585, Oct. 16. Thomas, s. of William Calverley, bapt. 

1587— 8, March 21. John Calverlaye. bapt. 

1609, Nov. 30. Henry Whetecares and Jenet Calverlaye, mar. 

1610, July 17. William Calverley, of Womersley, buried. 
1613, July 22. Elizabeth Calverley, buried. 

1643, Sept. 28. Elizabeth Calverley, buried. 

1646, Sept. 18. John Calverley, son of Michel, bapt. 

1657, Oct. 7. Ann Calverley, of Womersley, widow, buried. 

1657—8, Feb. 2. William Calverley and Mary Brogden,* widow, 
both of this towne, married the second day of 
February, one thousand (Jice?) hundred and 
fifty seven. 

For these entries from the Womersley registers, I am indebted to 
Mr. T. W. Skevington, of Shipley. 

The two following have been kindly sent to me by Mr. F. A^ 
Blaydes. Tilsworth, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. 

Dunstable Par. Beg. 
1576, Oct. 28. Allan Calverley, of the hospital, buried. 

Shottesbrook Par. Peg. (Berhs.) 

1666, Oct. 2. Mary Calverley, wife of Hugh Calverley, was buried. 

The Rev. J. F. Marillier, Vicar of Much Dewchurch. Hereford, has 
very obligingly looked through the registers there, re the entry on p^ 
118, vol. 1, Calv. Beg., with the following result. 

Much Dewclmrch, Hereford, 

1629, June 29. Walter, son of Henry Calverley, Esq., and Joyce, his 

wife. bap. 
1630 — 1, Mar. 21. Henry, son of Henry Calverley, Esq., and Joyce^ 

his wife, bap. 
1630 — 1, Mar. 23. Henry Calverley, gent., an infnnt. bur. 
1631, Sept. 18. Esther, d. of Henry Calverley, and Joyce, his wife, 

bap. 

The following Parish Register extracts are from the Rev. C. B- 
Norcliife's extensive collection. 

St. Giles-in-the- Fields, London. 

1670 — 1, Feb. 14. Thomas Calverley, batchelor, and Apollonia 
Burton, spinster, both of St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, married. 

1697—8, Jan. 3, Mrs. Mary Calverley, carried away. 

St. Martin's, Micklegate, York. 
1.551, Oct. 6. Gyles Calverley, bur. 

1737, Oct. 5. William, son of George Calverley, buried (correct 

the entry on p. 186, vol. 1.) - 
[* The Brogdens appear to have been an important family in Womersley.] 



206 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 

Holy Trinity^ Goodramgate, York. 

1744 — 5, Jan. 19. Christopher, son of John Calverley, alehouse- 
keeper, and of Hannah, his wife, baptized. 
1745_6, Feb. 23. John, s. John Calverley, bp. 

St. Helen's, York. 
1588 — 9, Jan. 19. John Mynne and Ann Calverley, mar. 
1722, April 14. Elizabeth Calverley, an infant, bur. 

Holy IVinity, Michlegate, York. 

1706, June 30. William Calverley and Sarah Wyvill, mar. 

St. MichaeVs, Ousehridge, York. 

1735, Sept. 7. Sarah, d. George Calverley, bap. 

1737, July 17. William, s. George Calverley, bp. 

1740, Dec. 29. George, s. George Calverley, bp. 

St. Michael-le-Belfrey, York. 

1579, Sept. 15. Christopher, s. John Calverley, bp. 

1581, Nov. 24, Ann, d. John Calverley, bp. 

1584, June 17. Thomas, s. John Calverley, bp. 

1589, May 22. Mary, d. John Calverley, bp. 
1592, July 2. Jane, d. John Calverley, bp. 

1581, July 28. Christopher, s. John Calverley, bur. aged 2. 

1583, Oct. 2. Ann, d. John Calverley, bur., aged 2. 

1587, April 14. Symon, s. John Calverley, bur. 

1604, May 5. John Calverley, bur. 

1590, June 25. George Cartwright and Ann Calverley, mar. 
1726, Nov. 13. William Calverley, of St. Mary, Bishophill, junior, 

and Elizabeth Hirst, Banns* 

Marriage License, York. 
1595. Robert Saltmarsh, of Saltmarsh, Esq., and Mar- 

garet Calverley, of Foston, gentlewoman. 

Holy Trinity, Hull. 
1689—90, March 4. Michael Beilby and Ann Calverley, m. 
1706, July 25. Mr. Joshua Hay ward to Mrs. Elianor Calverley. 

Catton. 
1603—4, Jan. 26. John, s. Mr. John Calverley, bur. 

Skerne. 
1 643, Oct. 3 1 . Gualterus Calverley, bur. 

Skipton-in- Craven. 
1614, June 14. William Calverley and Mary Wilson, mar. 

Aldborough, W.M. 

1538, Nov. 3. Christopher Caverley, bp. 

1538, Nov. 7. Christopher Caverley, bur. 

1638J Nov. 14. William Caverley, bur. 

1540, April 28, Margaret, d. Thomas Calverley, bur. 

1540. May 1. Jenet, d. Thomas Calverley, bur. 

1543, June 10. Agnes, d. Thomas Calverley, bur. 

1554, July 28, Thomas Calverley, bur. 

1577—8, March 11. John Calverley, bur. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



207 



SnaitJi. 
1656—7, March 15, 

1666, May 5. 
1668, Oct. 3. 
1672, June 16. 
1678, April 6. 
1687, April 20. 
1656, Oct. 16. 

1686, June 29. 

1665, Aug. 3. 

1672, Oct. 30, 

1683—4, Jan. 28, 
1689, April 4. 
1691, Nov. 4. 
1612, Dec. 15. 



Eryholme. 

1635, May 19, 
1638. July 15, 
1641^ March 31. 
1642, Oct. 2, 
1644, April 3, 

1673, Aug. 28. 

1674, Nov. 10. 
1676—7, March 

Married. 

1663, Aug. 27, 

1669, Dec. 18. 



1670, April 7. 

Buried. 

1631, July 4. 
1634, April 1. 
1651—2, Jan. 3. 

1659, June 22. 

1660, May 1. 
1662, Oct. 23. 
1668, Oct. 8. 

1671, July 17. 



Elizabeth, d, William Cawverley, of Pollington, 

bp. 
Mary, d. William Calverley, of Pollington, bp. 
Mary, d. William Calverley, of Pollington, bp. 
Ann, d. William Calverley, of Pollington, bp. 
Susanna, d. William Calverley, of Pollington, bp. 
John, s. William Calverley, of Bulcroft, lap. 
William Cawverlay, of Gowdall, and Jane Greene 

of the same, mar. 
William Calverley and Mary Simson, of Bulcroft, 

mar. 
Mary. d. William Calverley, of Pollington, bur. 

(I suspect that this should be 1666.— C.B.N.) 
Esther, d. of William Calverley, of Pollington, 

bur. 
Mary, w. of William Calverley, of Bulcroft, bur. 
John, s. William Calverley, bur. 
William Calverley, of Bulcroft, bur. 
Mar. Lie. Snaith. Robert Calverley and Ann 

Waide, of Carlton. 



Ann, d. 
John, s. 
Henry, s. 
Mrs. Mary, d. 
Margaret, d. 
Margaret, d. 
Henry, s. 
Mary, d. 



(OJL ivir. t 
\ of Henry Calverley, Esq. 



of Mr. John Calverley, 
Eriholm. 



Mr. Philip Prince, of the City of York, and Mrs. 

Ann Calverley. 
Henry Calverley, Esq., and Mary, daughter of 

Sir Henry Thompson, of Escrick, apud Escrick 

per Mr. Thoby Conyers. 
Mr. Thomas Hesket, of Heslington, near York, 

and Mrs. Margaret Calverley, 



John, s. Mr. John Calverley. 

Ann, d. Mr. John Calverley. 

Thomas, eldest son of Mr. John Calverley. 

Mrs. Alice Calverley. 

John Calverley, Esq. 

Mrs. Mary Calverley. 

John Calverley, Esq. 

Mrs. Margaret Calverley, widow. 



*' 1481, April 10. Katherine Calverley, of Milford, made her will, 
pr. Aug. 31, 1484, bequeathing her soul to God Almighty, and her 



"208 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 

•body to be buried in the north side of the parish church of Sherburn, 
before the image of St. Mary Magdalene." 

Wheater's History of Sherhitrne and Cawood, 1882, p. 87. 

BeaHh Tax, 1666. 

Pudsey. Timothy Calverley, 1 hearth. 
Samuel Calverley, 2 hearths. 

From Mr. S. Rayner^s Collections. 



LIST OF MINISTERS 

(From the Calverley Churokwar dens' Accounts,') 

To whom shillings were paid for preaching, with dates. The accounts 
are far from being a complete series, so that the list will necessarily 
not be a full one. The Christian names are never given in the accounts. 

Mr. Anderton, 1790—1791. Mr. Hamilton, 1782— .5. 

„ Atkinson, 1791. „ Hirst, 1739. 

„ Bailey, 1739 -1757. „ Horsfield, 1757. 

„ Bentley, 1737. „ Howarth, 1768—1790. 

„ Berwick, 1774—1776. „ Hudson, 1747 & 1790. 

,. Boardman, 1747—1750, „ King, 1757. 

„ Booth, 1750. „ Medcalfe, 1775—6. 

„ Bownas, 1785. .,, Mirfield, 1772, 

„ Brown, 1736—1791. „ Moor, 1755. 

„ Burnley. 1756. „ Ray, 1793. 

„ Busby, 1793. „ Rumney, 1755. 

„ Cooper, 1791. „ Sedgwick, 1747—83. 

„ Deacon, 1774, „ Strother, 1750. 

.„ Dixon, 1774. „ Sykes, 1747—1756. 

„ Faber, 1768. „ Thwaites, 1750 & 1756. 

„ „ junr., 1793. „ Wainman, 1750—. 

„ Hainworth, 1772. „ Wilkinson, 1785. 



Notes from the Presentation Books in the Dioc. Reg., York. 
1453 (vol. XX.) to 1497 (xxiii.) J.H.T. 

1456. John Rothlay, de Rotheley, subdeacon (Kyrkestall). 
1456. Walter Harper, de Calverley, subdeacon, (and presbyter) titL 
Kirkstall. 
John Foldes, de Idile, deac. and presb., titl. Kirkestall. 
Instit. vie. Calv. Dom. John Gower. Ralph Byrde, 1475. 
Tho. Harper, de Calverley, accolite, 1467. 
Ric. Harper, de Calu'ley, ditto. 
Ric. Barkour, Caluarlay, accolite, 1479. 
Ric. Harper, tit, Eschold, subdeac. 1468. 
'Tho : Harper, sub-deac, titl. Pontefract. 



Notes from Paver's Marriage Licenses, Forks. Arch. Jour., part 
xxvii. 1882 ; pp. 295, &c. 

Date. 

1591. Richard Hunter, of Leeds, and Margaret Wilson, of Calverley, 
widow. Licensed to be married at either place. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 209 

Date. 

1591. James Hodgson, and Dorothy Craven, of Bradford. Licensed 

to be married at Bradford or Calverley. 

1592. Thomas Righe, and Elizabeth Deane, of Bradford, widow, at 

Calverley. 
1592. John Clark, of York, and Dorothy Deane, of Barnby, widow. 

At Calverley. 
1592. John Bateson, of Calverley, and Isabel Ellitson, of Bingley, 

widow. At Bingley. 
1592. Francis Smith, of Clayton, and Ellen Pickard, of Calverley. 

At either place. 



WILLS PROVED AT YORK. 

Sarah Netherwood, of Bradfordmoreside, widow. Body to be bur. 
at Bradford. Dau. Sarah N. one stand bed, three blankets, one rug, 
one long bolster and one short, one short coverlet, yearne unwoven, 
one meal chist, one little brass pot, the smoothing iron and two 
heaters, one pewter dubler, cloth shreds cushion (qvishing^, one 
dozen of new trenchers, and all her apparell. Samuel N. and Corne- 
lius N., her youngest sons. Timothy N.. her eldest son, sole executor. 
Witnesses :— Isaac Murgatroyd, Henry Robinson. 

Tliomas Brown, of Calverley, yeoman. Will dated 25 Sept., 1667. 
Bequeaths messuage, barn, garden, lands, &c., in Idle, in tenure of 
Edw. Clayton, and one close called Faltis, in Thorpe, in Idle, in 
occup. of James Booth, and two closes in Idle, in occup. of Nehemiah 
Sandall. to Elizabeth, w. of John Howgate, his daughter, and her 
heirs, remainder to testator's heirs. To Sarah Brown, his d.. and her 
heirs, messuages and buildings, lands, barns, &c., in Thorpe, in tenure 
of John Illingworth. and several closes of land in Thorpe, in tenure 
of William Bucke. To Esther Browne, his youngest d., and her heirs, 
a moiety of one messuage and barn, with lands, &c., in Armley, in 
tenure of John More, junior. To Elizabeth, testator's wife, for life, 
one close of land called 3Jilnholme, with d. Sarah, they to pay to his 
youngest d., Esther. £20. To Anne, w. of Samuel Moss, his d. £20, 
to Alice, her d,. £10, to Mary, w. of Thomas Hollingworth. his d., 
£10, Esther, his youngest d., £10, Elizabeth Clarks(m, his sister, 2(is. 
Rest to Elizabeth his wife, sole executrix. Witnesses : — William 
Clarkson, Edward Clayton, John Butler. 

Alice Atkinson, of Bradford, widow. Will dated 24 Mar., 1671. 
To William Hey, of Pudsey, her son-in-law, and Anne his wife, the 
house in which she lived. To two grandchildren, John A. and Alice 
A.. £20 between them. Rest to grandchild John A., sole executor. 
Witnesses: — William Paley, Thomas Gill. 

Joshua Farrand, Bradford, mercer. Will d. 30 Dec, 1671. Mary, 
wife, Thomas, son. property at Bingley. Richard, younger son, £7(i. 
Benj. Farrand, of the Grange, Bingley. gent., and Thomas Walker, of 
Bradford (father-in-law) guardian. Witnesses : — John Walker, Geo. 
Jackson, J. Weddell. 

X 



210 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 

Ahraham Barraclovgh, of Eccleshill, yeoman. Will dat. 8 Dec, 
1671. To George B., his third son, and his heirs, messuage, barns, 
closes, &c., in Northowram, in tenure of Jonas Robertshaw, and all 
his other lands in Northowram. George is to pay to his d. Mary, 
w. of William Sowden, £5. To William B., his younger son, and his 
heirs, messuage where testator dwelt, with houses, lands, &c., in 
Eccleshill, he to pay to his son-in-law William Sowden, £30. To 
William B. all his goods. &c., for payment of debts, &c. W. B., sole 
executor. Witnesses :— William Farrer, John Butler. 

Katherine Broovihead, of Bolton, co. York, widow. Will dat. 12 
Feb., 1674-5. To son Robert B., one great table in the parlour and 
the two buflSit forms belonging to it, one chair in the house, &c. To 
d. Katherine, her best green coat and a form in Robert Broomhead's 
house, 2 chairs and 20s. To Mary Ellis, her grandchild, 5s., to 
Thomas Ellis, her son-in-law, Is. Rest to Robert Goddard and 
George Wainwright, her sons-in-law. Witnesses : — William Palmer, 
Godfrey Bingley, Edith Kaye. 

Abraham Balme, of Boiling, clothier. Will nuncup., dat. 2 Dec, 
1657. Ellen, wife, children mentioned, but not named. Witnesses : — 
Jonathan Thomas, John Greenwood. 

Isaac Balme, of Horton. Will dat. 8 May, 1673. Mary, wife, 
Mary, d.. Abraham Carter, nephew. John Balme, of Boiling, brother, 
deceased. 

Joseph field, of Shipley, yeoman. Will dat. 20 Jan., 1661. Wife 
Mary. Joseph F., son of Jeremy F.. testator\s second son, £10. D. 
Mary F. Eldest son John F., messuages, barns, buildings, lands, 
rents, royalties, &-c., in Heaton, Idle, and Shipley, except what he 
gives to his younger son. John is to pay to John, William, Mary, 
Anne, and Joseph Parkinson, the children of Anne his d., wife of 
William P., and to Mary Field, d. of Jeremy F., his son, £60, i. e., 
£10 each. Mentions Joseph, son of Jeremy F. Witnesses :— William 
Midgley, John Rawson, John Whitehill, John Butler. 

Rirhard Muxgrave, of Stanningley, in par. Calverley. Will nuncup,, 
dat. 10 Jan., 1658. gives all to son Abraham, remainder to testator's 
brother Henry. Witness : — Thomas Metcalf. 



Dabnborough Family. 

Birstal. 
1666-7, Mar. 24, Sarah, d, Wra. D., of Adwalton, bap. 
1667-8. Mar. 1. Richard, s. Isaac D., of Adwalton, bap. 

1669, Oct. 14, Elizabeth, d. Wm. D., of Adw. bap. 

1670, June 21, John, s. Roger D., of Adw. bap. 

Bradford. 
1733, Nov. 16, Mercy, d. Isaac D., clolhier, Bradford, bur. 
1742, Mar. 11, Isaac D., of Bradford, clothier, bur. 
1759, May 15, Grace D., of Bradford, bur. 

There is a large number of register entries at both Birstal and 
Bradford relating to this family. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 211 

LIST OF CALVERLEY TENANTS, 1G49. 
" Received upon the lands of Henry Calverley, of Calverley, Esq., 
upon a demise from the Committee at York, made to me, Nathan 
Dixon, 1649. (See Bradford Antiquary , part 2, pp. 67—66 ; see also 
ante, p. 3.) 



Imprimis of Mr. Calverley 

Edward Batte, at several times ... 

-TnnntVmn Thn.plfarfl.h 


I. s. d. 

40 

, 19 3 

5 


Christopher Brown (for half year's rent) 


5 10 


•Tohii BrnMslm. 


1 15 


THlH'warrl TTjirri<5nn 


14 




2 


William Ambler 


1 17 6 




3 


Sfimnpl fi^flrrflVi 


10 


William Leptonand William Atkinson 

TThomflQ drfl-vpn 


25 10 
18 


Samuel Holmes for half W cliff 


10 




10 


TTnp SlfmnrlprQnn - 


3 6 


William Holdsworth 


3 


John Wade 


6 10 




1 3 


Samuel Holmes, for half his beas (beasts) giesting 


: 10 

13 6 


Anflrpwr AVat.snn .. 


2 6 




17 




15 




6 


Thomas Mires • 


9 




1 -4 


William Mountaine 


3 4 


William Kitchin, of Eccleshill ... 


8 


William 


2 6 




8 


Richard Murcretroide 


9 


•Tnhn Smith .. 


4 




9 


• fohn Phil in .. 


16 




3 9 


Abraham Barraclough 


2 


John Scot, again, for two young beas, half jies ... 
John Harper 


7 9 
17 




4 6 




18 


Thomas C-pi.vpti 


4 6 


Philiii Tllintrwnrt'.h . . 


4 


Francis Drake 


fi 


For Horses and Oxen that went in Gookeings and 

Shoolebroods, besides them that hath not paid, 3 2 

122 17 



212 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 

There is some Hs. more received, that I missed when I. toolt it 

out of the book. 

Disbursements for Mr. Calverley mills and lands. 

I. s. d. 

Charges in repairs of the mills ... 2 12 

Charges for hedging 3 7 

Paid assessments (1st time) to Francis Jackson ... 1 16 6 ob.(i) 

Paid in lays at the same time 1 10 6 

Paid to James Brown, for looking to the goods 

(cattle) in the pastors... 12 

Pd. to Tho. Stevens for 2 yrs. poor cesses for part 

of Tristram tenement ... 8 6 

Francis Jackson, 23 May, upon a cess for billeting 

soldiers... ' 1 12 

Francis Jackson. 24 May, a money cess for soldiers 2 3 2 

Kichard Hall, for waiting of bease 1 7 

More to Tho. Stevens, upon another poor lay 14 5 

Richard Hall, 28 May, for a week 4 

Laid down to Francis Jackson at Bradford, upon 

laies and cessments that was in arrear, 

when he paid in the cess for soldiers 13 6 

Kichard Hall for week past 2 June 4 

4 



13 19 



Here is 21. 1.9. more than I gave in at the agreement, because I 
had not taken it out perfectly, and spake but as I did conceive it to 
thereabouts." 

—Add. MSS. 27,411, fo. 98 (\U.^ 



CURATES OF CALYERLEY. 

The dates up to 1822 are those at which they appear in 
the Registers. 

Rev. Thomas King, 1757 — 59. 

Rev. N. Wetherell, 1760—61. 

Rev. Isaac Thomas, 1762—63. To Headingley. 

Rev. Robert Rain, 1767 — 72. 

Rev. JohnMalham, 1772 — 75. 

Rev. Christopher Ellershaw, 1775. 

Rev. John Metcalfe, 1776 — 77. 

Rev. JohnR. Walker, 1777—78. 

Rev. Thomas Howarth, 1779—86. 

Rev. W. Carr, 1786—88. 

Rev. Nussey Holmes, 1788—97, 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 213 

Kev. Thomas Howarth, 1798—1802. Incumbent of Idle, 
1805—30. 

Rev. Geors^e Stanley Faber, minister, 1803 — 6. Son of 
the Vicar. The celebrated writer on theology and religious 
antiquities. 

Eev. James Barnby, 1806—13. 

Rev. Matthew Freeman, 1814—22. 

Rev. Alfred Brown, 1839—41. 

Rev. James Chadwick, B.A., (1843)— 44. 

Rev. John Smith Hill, 1843—44. 

Rev. Wm. Fawcett, B.A., 1838. 

Rev. J. E. Blakeney, 

Rev. E. G. Russell,' 

Rev. T. A. Stowell, 

Rev. Theodore Dury, 1860—61. 

Rev. Henry Collins, 1862—64. 

Rev. Henry Farrow, 1865—67. 

Rev. Gates Sagar, 1867 (Bolton). 

Rev. Edward Beardoe Braithwaite, B.A., 1868—73. 

Rev. James Holmes, 1868—73 (Bolton). 

Rev. W. H. Brigg, 1873—75 (Bolton). 

Rev. Francis Clifton Cursham, 1873—75. 

Rev. Henry Redmayne Holme, 1875 (Bolton). 

Rev. Algernon Sidney Sales, 1875 — 77. 

Rev. C. H. King, 187 (Bolton, now a Vicarage). 

Rev. Christopher George Wilkinson, 1880 — 82. 



214 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



NOTES ON THE ANCESTRY OF LONGFELLOW. 

There have lately been some letters on this subject in Notes and 
Queries, and, more especially, in the Leeds Mercury Weekly Supple- 
ment, but they did not get very far into the heart of it. None of the 
correspondents had searched the York Registry for Longfellow 
wills ; so that what promised to be the most important evidence for 
connecting the various scraps of genealogy, was wanting. I have 
gone through the indexes in the Archbishop's Registry, and copied, 
I believe, all the Longfellow wills in them, but they only number 
about a dozen. This was disappointing, because, had two or three 
more members of the family, who lived about the middle of the 
17th centuary, made wills, probably the descent would have been 
shown quite distinctly. As it is, about that time there appear the 
names of two Edward Longfellows, and of several Williams, which is 
somewhat confusing. Under these circumstances, I can only hope, 
that if I have gone wrong in my surmises, some one else will be 
fortunate enough to trace out the proper line. I feel somewhat 
diffident in printing the following notes, as they are so incomplete, 
but am induced to do so because some one else may possess the 
proofs necessary to form a perfect pedigree. 

The earliest evidence relating to the family which I have as yet 
come across, is the will of James Langfellay, of Otley, which is dated 
18 June, 1486, and was proved at York. 28 July, 1486. By it he gives 
his soul to God omnipotent, the blessed Virgin Mary, and All Saints, 
and wills that his body be buried in the monastery of St. John, of 
Helagh Park. He bequeaths 20^. to Otley Church, and 3«. id. for 
torches, &c. Alice his wife, and John Langfellay, executors. Wit- 
nesses : — John Redeman, Canon of Helagh, John Langfellay, and 
others. 

The relationship of John Langfellay to James is not stated. Pro- 
bably he was his brother. In 1522, one John Langfellowe was fined 
at Middleton, along with twenty-two other offenders, for carrying 
away the lord's wood. In 1524, he paid 4d. towards the expenses of 
the French wars. Yorks. Arch. Jour., ii., 290. 

In 1508, Peter Langfellow was instituted vicar of Huddersfield, and 
on 12 Aug., 1510, vicar of Calverley. He resigned Calverley vicarage 
before 9 Jan., 1526-7, on which date Thomas Moorton, his successor, 
was instituted. Peter accepted the living of Leathley, near Otley, 
where he died, and was succeeded by Richard Roundall, about 1530. 
A Peter Langefellowe, clerk, was one of the original trustees of 
Magnus's charity, at Newark-on-Trent, June 20, 1530. (Shilton's 
History of Newark, 1820, p. 284). Whether all these references to 
Peter Longfellow, indicate the same man or not, I have no evidence, 
but the probability is that they do. I have searched in vain, both in 
the Consistory Court and Registry at York, for his will. 

Next follows the will of Richard Langfellay, of Otley, which is dated 
1537. He wills that his body be buried under the rood loft, in his 
parish church of Otley, and that a through-stone be laid of him, with 
certain scripture engraved thereon. To the reparation of Otley 
bridge, he gives 40*., and to a substantial cross to be set thereupon, 
with a liitle image of our Lady, i\s. Sd. To the four highways leading 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 215 

'to Otley, he gives AL ; 6s. id. thereof to Farnley highway, if the said 
town will repair it before Michaelmas next. To a priest to say mass 
and other divine service for his soul, for his wifes' souls, and his 
children's souls, for the space of three years, 121. To every one of 
his godchildren, id. To Elizabeth, his wife, 32;?. of lands, &c., one 
tenement of the value of 20.?.. and one other tenement in Bondgate, 
value los., for life, if she remain a widow. If she marry, all this pro- 
perty to go to his heir, Anthony Mawde. Also to his said wife 40^. 
Richard Lindley and Christopher Cave, of Otley, to be his executors, 
and each to have 135. 4d. Mr. Dynele, Mr, Vicar, of Huddersfteld, 
and Anthony Mawde, supervisors. To the said Anthony, all his other 
goods. To 4 orders of Friars at York, to do mass and dirige for him, 
6s. each. To the obit of his late wife deceased, 2()d. To William 
Mawde, one ryall,* 2 lbs. of wax orels, 12d., for keeping him and his 
wife and children in the beadroll. To ISir Richard Cawdry, his 
curate, I2d. His wife to cause one obit to be done yearly, with mass 
and dirige, of the said tenement in Bondgate. To 6 poor maidens in 
good name and fame, to buy a bed withal, 6^. 8^., 6s. Sd. to be divided 
among the poor folk in Leathley, and 2{)s. among poor folk at the 
discretion of his executors and supervisors. Witnesses :— Sir Richard 
Cawdrey, William Mawde, Nicholas Croft, William Fletcher. Proved 
26 April, 1537. 

This well-to-dof inhabitant of Otley was, I conjecture from his 
connection with Leathley, a brother of the vicar above mentioned, 
and brother also to the William Longfellow next mentioned. 

On 28 Oct., 1540, William Longfellow, of Leathley, made his will. 
He bequeaths his soul to Almighty God, the Virgin Mary, and all the 
holy company of heaven, and his body to be buried in the parish 
church of Lethley, to which church he gives 3;?. id. To Sir Richard 
Langfellay he bequeaths six marks, to sing for his soul for year, the 
one half-year in the parish church of Lethley, and the other half-year 
in Calverley Church, if that he will ; and if he will not, to take " a 
nother" priest, and pay him at every quarter. Also he makes Isabel, 
his wife, and John Teel the younger, his executors. To Percival 
Langfellay, his son, he bequeaths all his goods which he should have 
at Bagley (in Calverley Parish), that is to say, debts and other goods, 
and the debts which belongeth to Sir Peter Langfellay to be paid 
again for his part of the same goods. Also to John Teel the elder, 
and to Margaret, testator's daughter, some debts owing to him. To 
Isabel, his wife, and John Teal younger, his son (-in-law), the residue 
of his goods. Witnesses : — Thomas Rushworth, Percival Jenkinson, 
William Fentyman, Barnard Brodbelt, and Christopher Wharton. 
Proved 6 Mar., 1543-4, by Isabel Langfellow and John Teel. 

The will of his son, Percival Langfellow, of Bagley, is dated 8 
November, 1577. He desires his body to be buried in Calverley 

» The riall of Henry VIII. was a gold coin, value lis., according to proclamation of 
22 August, 1526, and 12s. in 1544. In 1562 the ryall was worth 188., and on 23 Nov- 
ember, 1611, the Spur Royal was fixed at 168. 6±—Rudings' Annals of the Coinage of 
Great Britain, 1840, vol. i., pp 304, 333. 

t In 1524 he paid 20*. towards the subsidy granted to the king. — Tor As. Arch Jour. 
vol. ii. p. 290. 



216 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 

churchyard. To Calverley Church he s:ives \2d. To John Charley 
and Andrew Charley, each one yowe (ewe). To Thomas Langfellow, 
his son. a cupboard, great chair, and pair of bedstocks. To Jeuet 
Lantifellow. his daughter, a brass pot. two pans, one " fryen-panne", 
a red quye, sideboard. " ambery"' in the parlour, great ark, pewter, 
viz. : — five doublers and one carver, spit, candlestick, and chair. The 
residue of his goods to Isabel Langfellow and Elizabeth Langfellow. 
his daughters, who are appointed sole executors. William Webster, 
vicar of Calverley. and Thomas Langfellow. testator's son, supervisors. 
Witnesses : — William Web.ster, Nicholas Kawdrey (Cawdrey), John 
Gilltoune, Thomas Langfellow. Proved 21 Feb., 1577-8. 

This Thomas Langfellow, of Bagley, had two sons, John, bapt. at 
Calverley. 19 July. 1578, and ^^wflr</, bapt. 4 March, 1582-3. 

In 1621 appears in Guiseley parish one Edward Longfellow, who 
probably is the Edward mentioned in the last paragraph.* On Nov. 
18. 1621, he had a d. Giace bap. at Guiseley, and in 1619 (Oct. 24), a 
William Longfelley had been bap. at the same place, but no 
parent's name is given. There are many entries of baptisms in the 
Guiseley registers about this date, which are made in a similarly 
careless manner. If we had the date of Edward's marriage, we should 
probably find that it was in or before 1619, when he would be thirty- 
five years of age. and we should almost be justified in assuming that 
he was the father of this William, because from this time forward he 
had other children at regular intervals -Elizabeth, bp. 13 June, 1624, 
Thomas, bp. 16 April, 1626. Grace Longfellow was married 27 Sept., 
1653. at Calverley, to George Skirrow ; and William Langfellow, her 
brother, as I take it. married, at the same place, Elizabeth Thornton, 
10 Sept., 1646. William, of Horsforth, had a son William, bap. 
20 Oct., 1650.t a d. Sarah, bp, at Horsforth, 20 May. 1652, and a d. 
Lucy. bp. at Horsforth, 8 Mar., 1653-4. William, the elder, was living 
in 1687-8, when he was administrator of his sou Nathan's goods. 
Nathan was buried at Guiseley, 3 Sept., 1687. 

* Unfortunately, there appears at Ilkley about this time another Edward Longfellow, 
thus : — 

Edward Longfellow=Jane Harrison, 
m. 19 June, 1615. I 
at Ilkley. Bur. 10 
June. 1635. | 

I I III 

Thomas. bp.= Susanna Moore Henry bp.=Mary Way, of Robert, bp. Isabella, bp. 
at Ukky. 29 I m. 1 Sep. 1642, 4 May, Otley. m. at 18 Mar. 1 Apr. 161f 



1620. 

baptrrMay.^ieTs.' ' ""'' ?!|^°\ ^;P- 

*^ 6 Oct. 1633. 

t The following Williams occur at Ilkley :— 

(1.) William L. who has children baptized from 1599 to 1610. He was buried in 
1627 

(2 k 3.) William, his son, bp. 1601, and William, son of Richard, bp. 1602-3. Thesa 
two were apparently buried, the one in 1638, and the otber in 1647-8. 

(4 ) William, b of Francis, i.p. 1650, l.ur. 1654. 

(5 ) The only Ilkley William left, William s. of John, was bp. 22 Feb., 1634-5,and 
it is hardly likely that he would be the father of the above William in 1650. 



Mar. 1618. 1621. Otley, 20 1626-7, bur. 1635. 

I Sept. 1665. Had a Elizabeth, 

I daughter ^P- ,^J,^®P' 

Edward Longfellow, Mary. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



21' 



The first known American ancestor of the poet Longfellow was a 
William Longfellow, whose father, William Longfellow, is said to 
have lived at Horsforth.* and who settled at Newbur}^, Massachusetts, 
before 1676, on which date he married Anne Sewall, sister to Chief 
Justice Sewall. He came over into Yorkshire in 1687, " to obtaiu 
his patrimony," says a note to the letters in the " New England Hist, 
and, Gen. BegT Now, William Longfellow, the elder, did not die 
until 1704, but his son Nathan, and brother to William the emigrant, 
died in 1687 ; so that, unless some other William is proved to be the 
father of the emigrant, it would seem to have been in connection with 
his hrother''s death that he came to England. Yet, according to the 
Law of Distribution, William wciuld get no share whatever of his 
brother's estate, since their father administered to the intestate, and 
would take the whole of his estate, real and personal, as his heir at- 
law and next of kin. It is to be observed that Nathan must have 
had real or personal estate, or both, from some other source than his 
father. Supposing any copyhold land descended to him from his 
mother, or grandfather, and that he had a younger brother of the 
whole blood, that brother would succeed to the copyhold estate, and 
would have to be admitted tenant of the same. William was back in 
Newbury, Mass., in 1688, in which year he had, says the town 
rate, 2 houses, 6 plough-lands, 10 meadow lands, 1 horse, 10 sheep, 
and 2 hogs. With the present evidence, though not certain, it seems 
probable, that this William Longfellow is the same who was baptized 
at Guiseley in 1050. The emigrant would thus be 26 years old 
when he was married. 

The rest of the poet's ancestry, from William forward, has been 
kindly communicated to me by the Eev. Eobert Collyer, D.D., of 
Nevv York. 

Thus we get : — "• Langfellow, __ 



Peter Langfellow, 
Inst, vicar of Hud- 
dersfield, 1508 ; of 
Calverley 1510; & 
of Leathley, where 
he died about 1530. 



Richard Langfellay, 
of Otley. Will 
dated 1537, pr. 26 
Apr., 1537. Liv- 
ing 1521. 



William Long-=Isabel. 
fellow, of Leath- 
ley. Will dated 
28 Oct., 1510, pr. 

6 Mar. 1543-4. 



I I 

A B 

* "William Longfellow is said to have come over to Yorkshire in 1687, to obtain his 
patrimony — ^otem New England Historical and Genealogical Register. I have not 
seen any record of the death of a William Longfellow in or about that year. The 
poet Longfellow always held that his English progenitor, who came to America, sprung 
from Horsforth; and that his father lived there is proved by a letter written by 
Samuel Sewall, of Boston, in 1680, " To his loving brother, Stephen Sewall, at Bishop 
Stoke, in Hampshire, England," and runs thus :-" Brother Longfellow's father, William 
Longfellow, hves at Horsforth, near Leeds, in Yorkshire. 'J'ell him Bro. has a son 
William, a fine, likely child, and a very good piece of land, and greatly wants a little 
stock to manage it. And that father hath paid for him upwards of a hundred pounds to 
get him out of debt." This letter is printed in "The New England Historical and 
Genealogical Register." The two Williams, father and son, mentioned in the text 
above, are the only William Longfellows I have yet found any record of, as having lived 
in Horsforth, between 1600 and 1700. 



218 



ADDITIO^'AL NOTES. 



Percival Xianorfellow. of Baglev. par. Caiverley.= 
Will dated 8 Nov., 1577, pr. 21 Feb., 1577-8. j 



B 

I 
Margaret. 



1 

Thomas Langfellove= 


Jenet. living 
1577. 


1 1 
Isabel Elizabeth, 
living living 
1577. 1577. 


1 
John Langfellow, bp. at Calverley, =Ed 
19 July, 1578. bp 


ward Langfellow, 
at C, 4 Mar. 1582-3. 


William Longfelley,= 
of Horsforth, bp. at 
Guiseley, 24 Oct., 
1619. Paid for 4 
hearths [HearthTax, 
Ch.II.]. Will dated 
17 July, 1704, pr. 
1705. Bur. at Guise- 


1 
=Elizabeth, Thomas L.,= 
d. of bp. at Guise- 
Thornton ; ley. 16 Apr., 
m. at Cal- 1626. Pd. for 
verley. 10 1 hearth at 
Sep. 1646. Horsforth, 
1644. 


1 1 
: Grace, Elizabeth, 
bp. at bp. 
Guiseley 13 June, 
18 Nov., 1624 ; 
1619. M. bur. 
at Calver- 1 Aug., 
ley,27Sep., 1650. 
1653, to 


ley, 25 July, 1704. 


1 
Mary, bp. at 
Horsforth, 15 Sep., 1652 


George 
Skirrow. 



William Longfellow,= 
bp. at Guiseley. 20 
Oct., 1650. Emigrat- 
ed to America, set- 
tied at Newbury, 
Mass. ; became an 
officer in the Essex 
Regiment ; was 
drowned off Cape 
Breton, 1690, whilst 
on an expedition a- 
gainst the French 
and Indians. 



Anne 
Sewall, 
d. of 
Henry 
Sewall, 



I 
N athan 
bur. at G 
1687. 
Sept. 3. 
(Qu. 
& sister Where 
of Chief bap. ?) 
Justice Adm. 11 
Sewall. Jan., 
Married 1687-8, 
10 Nov., by his 
1676. 



Isabel 
, Longfel- 
low, sole 
executrix. 
Inherits 
all her 
father's 
land and 
personal 
estate. 
Then wife 
father, of Timothy 
Stables. 



I 
Sarah, 
bp. at 
Hors- 
forth. 
20 May, 
1652.' 



Lucy, 
bp. at 
Hors- 
forth, 
8 Mar. 
1653-4. 



Stephen Longfellow,: 
•born 22 Sept., 1685, 
at Newbury. Died 
17 Nov., 1764. 



:Abigail Thompson, d. of 
the Rev. Edward Thomp- 
son, Minister at Marsh- 
field, Mass. Mar. 1713. 



I i I 

William Anne 
Matthew. Elizabeth 



Samuel= 

I 



I 
Nathan. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 219 

A B 

] I 

Stephen Stephen Longfellow, fifth son,=Tabitha Bragdon, 



died. born at Newbury, 7 Feb., 
1723. Graduated at Harvard, 
1742. Married 1749. 



of York, Maine. 



I Ml 

Stephen Longfellow, born 3= Patience Young, Samuel Tabitha, 
Aug., 1750. Died 1824. | Married 1773. William 

I \ n 

Stephen Longfellow, LL.D,,=Zilpah, Samuel Tabitha 

b. 23 Mar., 1776, m. 1 Jan., 

1804. Graduated at Har- 

vard, 1798. Peleg 

Wadsworth, 



d. of Abigail. 

General 



II I MM 

Stephen. HENRY WADSWORTH Alexander W. Elizabeth Mary 
LONGFELLOW, Anne. Ellen 

born 27 Feb., 1807 ; 
died 24 March, 1882. 

In order to facilitate the search into the poet's ancestry, I give here 
all the information bearing on the subject, which I have been able to 
get, in addition to what goes before. 

WILLS PROVED AT YORK. 

1564-5, Feb. 20. George Langfellow, of Ylkley. (Ilkley). Body to 
be buried in Ilkley churchyard. To Richard L, his brother, all his 
apparell, and 5s. To every one of his children 2s., and to each of 
them " a gimmer lamb withal". To Peter L., his brother (whose will 
I give hereafter) 5s. To every one of James Sheaf eld children, 2^., 
save George S., who is to have a brass pot. To every one of Bryan 
Hardwick children, 25. To Jenet L., testator's sister, 265. 8d. To 
Bryan Hardwick, all his stuff belonging to husbandry, saving one 
harrow. Rest (after debts, &c., paid) to Agnes Longfellow, his sister, 
who is sole executrix. Bryan Hardwick and William Hudson, super- 
visors. Witnesses : — Robert Lister. George Bartell, Thomas Thack- 
quaray, Bryan Hardwick, William Uttley. Proved 9 May, 1565. 

1578, 23 June. Peter Longfellow, of Campsall. Agnes, hia wife, 
to have her thirds. John L., his only son, another part. Agnes 
Chamber, testator's sister (mentioned in George L.'s will), and her 
children, 265. 8^. among them. " I hope it will please God that my 
son John die without issue, and I give my blessing to him, hoping that 
he give and divide the most part of his goods at his decease to his 
kinsfolks of the Longfellows." Testator especially charges him to 
see that the said Agnes want not. John L., executor ; William Flet- 
cher and Anthony Woodrove, gent., supervisors. Witnesses : — 
William Fletcher, Anthony Woodrove. Alvery Copley, gent., Robert 
Martin, and John Broke, vicar of Campsall. Proved 22 June, 1580. 



220 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 

1610. Oct. 10. Jennet Langfelloe, of Norton, widow. Body to be 
buried at Campsall. To Thomas Wray, vicar of Campsall, 10s. Son 
William Langfello. 10.<f., and two best coverlets, the bedstead in the 
maid's parlour, &c. To son Bartholomew L.. 10s.. Sec. To James and 
John, sons of Geoffrey Pell, her brother-in-law, SI. 10 groats to the 
poor of Campsall at her burial. Geoffrey Pell, sole executor. To 
Eleanor Lan.trfello, her daughter-in-law, for her child's portion, 16/. 
Witnesses : — Thomas Wray, clerk, Anne Rawson, Anne Thomson, 
Codicil, 20 Dec, 1610, giving 1 peck of barley to Geoffrey Pell, 
Witnesses -.—Thomas Wray. Anne Pinder, widow, Dorothy, wife of 
William Thompson. Proved 12 June, 1611. 

1640, Sept. 5. Bartholomew L,. of Norton, yeoman. Body to be 
buried in Campsall Churchyard. Wife Jane, son Bartholomew, d. 
Jane, w. of George Alderson, sons John and Thomas, ds. Elizabeth 
and Anne, Witnesses : — James Waad, Roger Wodhouse, Ellis Pinder. 
Proved 2 Sept., 1641. 

The following Notes of York Marriage licenses illustrate these last 
three wills. They were contributed to the Leeds Mercury by B., 
Westminster. 

1599. Edmund Pinder, Campsall, and Elizabeth, d. of John Lang- 
fellow, Campsall. 

1614. Bartholomew Langfellow, Campsall parish, and Jane Reston 
Owston parish, 

1636. Robert Langfellow, Weston, yeoman, and Susan Hudson, of 
the same, spinster. 

1609. Oct. 8. John Longfellow, of Ilkley, " waike of body." To 
be buried in Ilkley churchyard. Henry Frankland, Margaret, his 
■wife, and Mary Longfellowe, his daus., to bear the cost of his funeral, 
out of the goods he had given them. To Richard, his younger son, 
20Z.. which is in his eldest son. William Longfellow, his hands. 
Thomas L.. testator's grandchild, sole executor. To son Richard, one 
half of his tenement. Witnesses : — Richard Rishworth and John 
Cowgill. Proved 9 July, 1612. 

1675, July 7. George Longfellowe. of Ilkley, husbandman. To be 
buried at Ilkley. Son-in-law, Thomas Smith, 10/., his wife, Jane, 
testator's d.. 5/., son-in-law, Edward Beanland, the rest. E, B. sole 
executor. Witnesses : — Christopher Beanland, William Gates. Proved 
1676. 

The above John was buried at Ilkley, 23 Sept., 1611, The whole of 
the Longfellow entries in the Ilkley registers have been printed in 
Aliseellanea Genealoglca et Heraldlca, vol, iii,, pp. 116, 117, and 118, 
having been extracted by Mr. Hugh F, Boyd. In order to get to- 
gether all the Longfellow notices possible, I re -print them here, with 
Dr. Howard's permission. , 

Ilkley Register. 
The register is defective from 1650—1656 ; and from 1656—1674 
there is no register. 

Baj)tisms. 
1599, May 10. Richard, s. William Longfellow. 
1600-1, Feb. 20. John, s, Richard Longfellow. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES." 221 

1601, May 7. William, s. William Longfellow. 
1602-3, Jan. 16. William, s. Richard Longfellow. 
1602-3, Mar. 3. George, s. Richard Longfellow, junr. 

1603. Aug. 9. Margaret, d. James Langfelly. 

1604, June 10. Robert, s. William Longfellow. 
1606-7, Mar. 1. Isabella, d. William Lo'ngfellow. 
1608, June , d. Richaid Longfellow. 

1608, Aug. ... Mary, d. Richard Longfellow. 

1609. June 2.5. Brian, s. Richard Longfellow. 
1609-10, J^jn. 28. Jana, d. William Longfellow. 

1611-12. Jan. 12. Isabella, d. Richard Longfellow, of Ilkley. 
161.5, July 23. Francis, s. James Longfellow, of Ilkley. 

1616, Apr. 1. Isabella, d. Edward Longfellow, of Ilkley. 
1616-7, Mar, 21. Agnes, d. James Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1617, July 29. Francis, s. Richard Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1618, Mar, 29. Thomas, s. Edward Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1620, Sept. 17. Elizabeth, d. Edward Longfellow. Ilkley. 

1621, May 4. Henry, s, Edward Longfellow, Ilkley, 
1625-6. ,lan. 19. Dorothea, d. Richard Lonefellow, Ilkley. 
1626-7, Mar. 18. Robert, s. Edward Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1632, Oct. 28. Mary, d. John Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1633, Oct. 6. Helena, d. Edward Longfellow, Ilkley. 
1634-5, Feb. 22. William, s. John Longfellow, of Ilkley. 
1636, Sept. 25, Mary, d. George Longfellow. 

1637-8, Mar. 4. Jane, d. George Longfellow. 
1641, Aug. 30. Mary, d. Francis Longfellow. 
1643-4, Mar. 24. Richard, s. Francis Longfellow. 
1647-8, Jan. 23. Robert, s. William Longfellow. 
1648, Apr. 25. Thomas, s. John Longfellow. 
1648, May 4. Edward, s. Thomas Longfellow. 

1650, Nov. 10, William, s. Francis Longfellow. 

1651, (April) 20. Margaret, d. Henry Longfellow. 
1651, Aug. ... Mary, d. Robert Longfellow. 
1654, Aug. ... John, s. Francis Longfellow. 

Ma7'riages. 
1600, May 19. Richard Longfellow and Margaret Hutt. 

1602, June ... Richard Longfellow, jun., and Dorothea Hutt. 
1606, May ... John Rossendale and Elizabeth Longfellow. 

1612, Nov. 24. Francis Holmes and Mary Longfellow. 

1613, Nov. 2, James Longfellow and Dorothea Barrose. 
1615, June 19, Edward Longfellow and Jane Harrison. 

1622, May 21. Thomas Harrison, par. Otley, and Elizabeth Long- 

«fellow. 
1629, Dec. 1. Christopher Hardwick and Dorothea Longfellow. 
1635, Oct. 26. George Longfellow and Jane Armistead. 
1640-1, Jan. 14. George Butler and Jane Longfellow. 

1641, May 3. Francis Longfellow and Jane Gaunt. 

1642, June 9. Francis Longfellow and Anna Robinson. 
1642, Sept. 1. Thomas Longfellow and Susanna Moore. 

Bui'ials. 
1597, Apr. 4. Elizabeth, d. James Longfellow. 



222 'additional notes. 

1597-8, Mar. 20. Richard Longrfellow, senr. 

1600, May 21. Richard, s. William Longfellow. 

1608, June 29 d. Richard Longfellow. 

1611, Sept. 1. Elizabeth, w. James Longfellow, Hkley. 

1611, Sept. 23. John Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1612, Aug. 16. Jane, d. Richard Longfellow, Ilkley. 
1612, Dec. 21. Margaret Longfellow. 

161.S-4, Feb. 28. (blank), d. James Longfellow. 

1627, Oct. 16. James Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1627-8, Jan. 21. William Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1635, June 10. Edward Longfellow. 

1635, Aug. 10. Isabella Longfellow. 

1637-8, Mar. 3. Jane, w. George Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1638, Aug. 20. William Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1638-9, Jan. 4. Agnes Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1643, Apr. 1. Elizabeth, w. William Longfellow. 

1643, July 8 Langfellow. 

1643, Sept. 15. Anna Longfellow, widow. 
1647-8, Jan. 19. William Langfellow. 
1648, Dec. 20. Margarett Longfellow. 
1650-1, Feb. 7. Francis Longfellow. 

1653, June 24. Bryan Longfellow, Ilkley. 

1654, July 25 s. Henry Longfellowe. 

1654, Sept. 1. William, s. Francis Longfellow, Ilkley. 

Otley Registers. 

The Rev. S, R. Anderson, Vicar, has kindly allowed me to make 
these, among many other extracts, from his laborious index to these 
registers. 

Baptisms. 
1637. Dec. 31. John, s. Robert Langfelley. 
1640, May 6. William, s. Robert Langfelley. 
1641-2, Jan 16. Robert, s. Robert Langfelley.* 
1643, Dec. 17. Thomas, s. Robert Langfelley. 

Marriage. 
1665, Sept. 20. Henry L., of Ilkley, and Mary Way, Otley. 

Burials. 
1643, Dec. 29. Robert Longfeller. 
1643, Dec. 29. Thomas, s. Robert L., of Otley. 
1661, Dec. 10. Susanna, w. Robert L., of Newhall. 
1668-9, Mar. 3. John, s. Samuel L., of Hawksworth. 

1635-6, Feb. (16 ?). John Longfellow, of Stockell, yeoman. The 
top left hand corner of the will is destroyed. Mentions Anne L., his 
mother, sisters Alice, Isabel, Jennet, Jane, brothers William and 
Robert, the latter of whom held of testator certain lands, barns, and 
closes in Ilkley, at a yearly rent of 10^. He mentions also his son 
John L., als Knotton. To Henry Marston, the kitchen-boy, he gives 
205., to poor of Ilkley lOs., of Spofforth IO5., Sicklinghall 65., Linton 
3s. 4<i., Wetherby B.s. Ad., Plumpton S.?, U., Follifoot 3*. 4<^., to the 
hinds at Stockefd Vld. Witnesses :— Christopher Wilson and Richard 
Moore. Proved May, 1636. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES: 223 

1687-8, Jan. 11. William Longfellow, administrator of the goods 
and chattels of Nathan Longfellow, his son, late of Horsforth. Ad- 
ministration was granted to William L., of Horsforth, and Nicholas 
Dawson, of Ki Id wick. 

1704, July 17. William Longfellow, of Horsforth, clothier, be- 
queaths to his d. Lsabel. w. of Timothy Stables, his cottages, buildings, 
and hereds. in Horsforth, and also his goods, chattels and personal 
estate. She is sole executrix. Witnesses : — John Howgate, William 
Sikes, Benjamin Stables. Proved 1705. 

The following entries from Guiseley are not printed in the pedi- 
gree : — Compare Bingley (Mar. 3 Feb., lf)40-l, Edward Longfellow 
and Alice Stephenson); bp. 1642, May 30, Mercy (or Mary) d. Edward 
L., ; bp. 1645, June 1, John, s. Edward L. ; 1633, May 5, Francis 
Spier and Anriie Longfellow, mar. ; 1618-4, Anne Langfellow. bur. 
Feb. 24 ; 1617, April 21. Robert Longfelley. bur.; 1622-3, Mar. 24,.. 
(blank) L(mgfellow, of Horsforth, bur. ; 1655, July 11, a young child 
of Thomas L., of Horsforth, bur. 

In 1686, adm. was granted of the goods of Robert Longfellow, of 
Skipton, to Ellen his widow. 

Mr. W. H. Dawson sends the following extracts from the Skipton 
registers to the Leeds Mercury : — 

Baptism. 
1645, Oct. 10. William, s. William Longfellow. Skipton. 
Marriages. 
Mr. Roger Scattergood and Mary L,, both of this- 

parish. 
Francis Pearson and Frances Longfellow, both o£ 
this parish. 

Burials. 
Ann, d. William L., Skipton. 
William L.. Skipton. 
Agnes, d. William L., late of Skipton. 
Lawrence, s. Robert L., Skipton. 
Robert, s. Robert L., Skipton. 
Mary L., widow. 

A tombstone in Skipton churchyard records the burial of William 
L., junior, who d. 1680, and Mary Scattergood, 1697. 

Marriage License. 1703. John Longfellow, Skipton, gent., (29), 
and Sarah Wardman, of the same, spinster, (27). 

Mr. J. Horsf all-Turner finds, from the Bingley registers, that Bryan 
L., of East Morton, (who married Ann Blackburn, 28 Aug., 1632), was 
buried at Bingley, 4 July, 1647, and that he had issue, Ann, bp. 1634, 
m. to Francis Clapham, 28 April, 1670 ; and Mary, bp. 1636. Also 
that Edward Longfellow m. at Bingley, 3 Feb., 1640-1, Alice Stephen- 
son, and that Susannah L., of East Morton, was bur. in Nov., 1670. 

The following notices of the family have been kindly extracted for 
me from the parish registers of Riccall, by the Vicar, the Rev. J. 
Rutherford Farrow. The registers begin in 1613, but there are no 



1684, 


Aug, 


24. 


1687, 


July 


22. 


1678, 


Oct. 


7. 


1680, 


Dec. 


5. 


1681, 


Mar. 


25. 


1681-2, 


Jan. 


23. 


1683-4, 


Feb. 


2. 


1686-7, 


Mar. 


5. 



224 ADDITIONAL XOTES. 

Longfellow entries until 1081. I have not yet searched for Long- 
fellow wills in the Riccall Prebendal Court. (Compare Campsall 
notices.) 

Baptisms. 

1681, May 22, William, son of John Longfellow. 
1686-7, Feb. 6. John. s. John Longfellow. 
1689, Sept. 8. Bartholomew, s. John Longfellow. 
1709-10, Mar. 12. Anne. d. William Longfellow. 
1713-4, Jan. 11. Margaret, d. William Longfellow. 
1717, Dec. 15. John, s. William Longfellow. 
1719, Dec. 18. John, s. John Longfellow. 
1722, Apr. 15. John, s. John Longfellow. 
1724-5, Mar. 21. Rosamond, d. John Loiigfellow. 
1730-1, Jan. 30. I'homas, s. John Longfellow. 
1733, Sept. 1. Anne, d. William Longfellow. 
1735, Sept. 9. Anne, d. William Longfellow. 
1742-3, Feb. 16. Mary, d. William Longfellow. 
1746, Apr. 20. William, s. William Longfellow. 

1758, :Mar. 19. William, s. John Longfellow. 

1759, Feb. 30. Ann, d. Fenwick Longfellow. 
1761, Feb. 4. Mary, d. John Longfellow. 

1762^ Jan. 15. Elizabeth, d. Fenwick Longfellow. 

1763, Nov. 21. John, s. John Longfellow. 

1764, June 4. ElizaVjeth. d. Fenwick Longfellow. 

1765, Nov. 17. John, s. John Longfellow. 
1765, Dec. 20. Susanna, d. Fenwick Longfellow. 

1768, Aug. 14. Hannah, d. John Longfellow. 

1769, Sept. 29. Fenwick, s. Fenwick Longfellow. 
1775, May 14. George, s. Fenwick Longfellow. 

1790, born and bp. July 26, Hannah, d. Thomas Nicholson, labourer, 
and Mary his wife. The said Thomas is son of John N., of 
North Duffield, by Elizabeth, his wife, and the said Mary is 
daughter of John Longfellow, of Riccall, by Ann, his wife, d. 
of William Wilson, of CliflE, by Mary, his wife. 

1792, Born 24, bp. 29 Dec, Ann, d. Thomas Nicholson (giving same 
particulars as the last entry, excepting that it speaks of Mary's 
father as '' the late John Langfellow"). 

1795, Born 12. bp. 19 April, John, s. Thomas Nicholson (ditto). 

1800, Born 22, bp. 23 Feb., Mary, d. Thomas Nicholson (ditto). 

31arriages. 

1688, l\Tay 7. John Longfellow and Margaret Routh. 

1732, June 29. William Longfellow and Ann Boast. 

1740, Nov. 18. William Longfellow and Mary Hawksworth. 

1756, Feb. 10. William Willson, par. Hemingburgh, and Mary 
Longfellow, of Riccall par. Married by John Thompson, 
curate of Escrick. Banns had been published 25 Jan., 1 and 8 
Feb., by C. Cowper. Both William Willson and Mary L. make 
their marks instead of signing the entry. 

1756, Sept. 2 L William Stokes, of Riccall par., Taylor, and Ann 
Longfellow, spinster, of the same. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 225 

1768, Jan. 21, John Longfellow, witness to marriage of William 

Botterill and Sarah Hurst. 
1811, Dec. 3, John L., witness to marr. of George Hare and Ann 

Bulmer. 
1818, June 23, John L., witness to marr. of William Smith and 

Margaret Eay. 
1821, April 26, John L.. witness to marr. of William Hubie and 

Mary Gale. 
18-25, Oct. 23, John L., witness to marr. of Job Ayres and Mary 

Lambert. 

Burials. 

1686-7, Feb. 8, Margaret, wife John Longfellow. 
1703, Sept. 3, Margaret, w. John Longfellow, 

1710, April 2, Anne, dau. William Longfellow. 
1719-20, Feb. 7, John Longfellow. 

1721, May 18, John, s. John Longfellow. 

1722, May 31, John. s. John Longfellow. 

1730, Mar. 23, Thomas, s. John Longfellow. 

1731, June 15, John Longfellow. 

1733, Sept. 6, Anne, d. William Longfellow. 
1733, Sept. 11, Anne, wife William Longfellow. 
1736, Oct. 8, Elizabeth, wife William Longfellow, jun. 
174:0, June 6, Anne, w. William Longfellow. 

1711, Aug. 7, William Longfellow, the vounger. 
1741-2, Mar. 20, Margaret, d. William Longfellow. 
1742-3, Feb. 21, Mary, d. William Longfellow. 
1755, Aug. 31, William Longfellow. 

1760, Feb. 24, Ann. d. Fenw^ck Longfellow. 

1763, Aug. 4, Ann Longfellow. 

1764, Sept. 1, John, s. John Longfellow. 

1787, Dec. 15, John Longfellow. Farmer, aged 55, (died Dec, 13.) 

1806, Sept. 2, Hannah, d. late John Longfellow, aged 36 (d, Aug. 31) 

1814, May, 4, Ann Longfellow, widow, aged 78. 

1827, Aug. 9, John Longfellow, bachelor and farmer, aged 61. 

1828, July 6, William Longfellow.* yeoman, aged 69 years. 

1834, Sept. 22, Alice Longfellow, wife William Longfellow, farmer, 
aged 72. 

Biccall Court Rolls. (From the Rev. C. B. Norcliffe's collections). 

1687, Apr. 22. John Longfellow and Margaret his wife surrender 
half a rood of land in Marchgate, to William Bell, conditionally. 

In 1700, 1731, 1732 (when he is called "senior"). 1737, and 1742, 
William Longfellow, of Riccall, occurs in the Court Rolls, making his 
mark ; and William Longfellow, " junior," in 1732 and 1740, writing a 
good hand. -John Longfellow makes his mark in 1768, and William 
Longfellow was on the Jury of the Manor Court in 1825. John 
Longfellow carried money from Riccall to Fishlake. Oct. 6, 1712, 
from Mrs. Elizabeth Wormley to her uncle, Francis Simpson. 

* Anote at the bottom of the page callshim "UltimusLongfellorura," Mr. Farrow has 
been closely connected with the place since 1850, and has reason to think that, during 
that time no descendants of the family have been living among them, and certainly none 
of that name. 

O 



220 ADDITIONAL NOTES. 

The following Miscellaneous entries should be noted. Towards the 
Hearth Tax of Charles II., William Longfellow, of Horsforth, paid 
for 4 hearths, Thomas, his brother, of the same place, for 1, George 
L., of Ilkley, for 1, and Robert L., of Leeds, for 4. 

At a sale of old oak furniture in Bradford, May, 1882, an oak chest 
from a farm-house at Ilkley was offered. It had these inscriptions : — 
'• We once were two, but two made one, we no more two, through life 
be one," " Comfort ye one another," and ''Jon. Longfellow and Mary 
Rogers was marryed ye tenth daye off April Anno Dm 1664." 

At a sale of old oak in Leeds on the 20th April, 1883, was a dower- 
chest from Burley-in- Wharf edale, with these inscriptions—" Thomas 
Longfellow and Mary Bryantes was joined together in holie wedlocke 
on ye Feast of Saint Chad, 1645." " Whom God has joined together, 
let no man put asunder." " Peace and Grase ever be with ye." " We 
once were two, we two made one, we no more two, through life be 
one." "xxi. Cha. Rex. D.G." 

In the Poll Book for 1.^ Jan., 1741, John Longfellow, of Leeds, and 
William Longfellow, of Riccal. are named. 

The Rev. C. B. Norcliffe, of Langton Hall, kindly gives me these 
from his collections. 

Kendal, Westmerland. 

1580-1, Feb. 10. Thomas, s. Roger Langfellow, Strickland gate, bp. 
1581-2, Mar. 9. Robert, s. Roger Langfellow, of the Fell,^bp. 
1583, Aug. 29. Thomas, s. Roger Langfellow, of Stricklandgate, bp. 
1586, Apr. 25. Henry, s. Roger Longfellow, of Highgate, bp. 
1628-9, Feb. 21. Henry, s. Edward Longfellow, of the Hay, bp. 
1700, Dec. 26. James, s. Benjamin Longfellow, Stricklandgate, bp. 

1705, May 20. Allan, s. Benjamin Longfellow, Stricklandgate, bp. 

1706, April 7. John, s. Benjamin Longfellow, Stricklandgate, bp. 

1626, July 9. Hugh Longfellow and Agnes Airey, of Strickland- 

gate. mar. 

1627, July 8. Edward Longfellow and Mary Hall, of New Hutton, 

mar. 
1682, Apr. 25. Allan Longfellow and Ann Adam^on, of Stramon- 
gate, mar. 

1557, Dec. 1. Thomas Longfellow, of Underbarrow, bur. 

1558, June 11. Hugh Longfellow, of Underbarrow, bur. 

1594, April 30. Nicholas, s. Nicholas Longfellow, of Underbarrow, 

bur. 

1595, July 17. Roger Longfellow, of Highgate, bur. 

1629-30, Mar. 23. Jennet, w. Christopher Longfellow, of Underbarrow, 

bur. 
1686, May 18. Alan Longfellow, of Stramongate, bur. 
1704-5, Jan. 4. William Longfellow, of Highgate, bur. 
1705, July 8. Allan, s. Benjamin Longfellow, of Fellside, bur. 

Kendall Apprentices and Corporation Records. 

1614, May 5. Hugh Longfellow, butcher, was presented at the 
Court for killing and selling calves under the age of five weeks. He 
was admitted a Freeman of the ButcViers Company, 11 July 1594, 
and was one of the Corporation foot-soldiers in 1593. 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 227 

Nicholas Langfellow was Freeman of the Shearmen's Company 
before 1587. 

1614, July 9. Hugh Longfellow, of Kendall, butcher, borrows 51. 
of the Corporation of Kendall. 

1617, June 15. Hugh Longfellow, s. Edward L., bound apprentice 
with William Birkhead for ten years. 

1683, May 2. Edward, s. William Longfellow, of Kendal, cooper, 
bound apprentice with his father. 

1698, May 31. Barnabas, s. Alan Longfellow, late of Kendal, de- 
ceased, weaver, with Robert Elwood, weaver. 



228 



ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



" A Double Lay for Repairing the Chnrch of Calverley for the year 
1737. Richard SnoKden,Churchrvarden. (Seep. \^,a7ite.) 



Sir Walter Calverley, Barntt., for the Lands 



11. 8. d. qr. 



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Confirmed by Adam Storey. 

Thomas T. VVattcrhouse, 
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ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



229 



CALVERLEY PARISH CHURCH RESTORATION 
FUND, 1870-1. 



SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS. 



& 
Mr. W. C. Clarke- 

Thornhill 200 

Mr. T. H. Gray 200 

Do. Additional 25 
Mr. W. C. Horsfall ... 200 

Mr. W. Rand 200 

Mr. S. L. Tee 200 

Do. Additional 25 

Rev. A. Brown 100 

Mr. J. Margerison ... 75 
Mr. W. Cheeseborough 50 
Mr. T. Greenwood ... 50 

Mr. J. Rand 50 

Mr. J. Thompson 50 

Mr. S. Varley 50 

Miss Dawson 50 

Messrs. Atkinson 50 

Mr. W. R. C.Atkinson 30 

Mr. Thos. Emsley 25 

Mr. Thos. Renton 25 

Mr. Jolin Wade 25 

Mr. F. S. Powell 25 

Mr. W. Long 25 

Mrs. Finlay 21 

The Bishop of Ripon 20 

Mr. D. Yewdall 20 

Mr. J. CliffYewdall... 20 
Mr. D. Yewdall, jun... 20 

Mr. W. Yewdall 20 

Mr. G. Dodsworth 20 

Mr. S. M. Smith 20 

Mr. W. Mawson, junr. 20 

Mr. S.Gray 20 

Mr. B. Gray 20 

Mr. D. Grimshaw 20 

Mr. R. Parkin 20 

Mr. B. Thornton 20 

Mr. Edmd. Calverley 20 

Rev. John Gott 20 

Miss P. Brown 20 

Raistrick and Sons ... 20 
Per Mr. J. Thompson 18 
Sir W. C. Trevelyan... 15 



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Mr. J. Lambert 10 10 

Mr. D. Davison 10 10 

Mr. W. Pratt, senr. ... 1(» 10 

Mr. S.Atkinson 10 10 

Mr. Isaac HoUings ... 10 10 

Mr. C. Hainsworth ... 10 10 

Mr. R. Sutcliffe 10 10 

Mr. C. Elliott 10 10 

Mr. J. Dawson 10 10 

Mr. H. Hainsworth ... 10 10 

Messrs. Cheetham 10 

Mrs. Meredith 10 

Mrs. Powell 10 

Mrs. Rouse 10 

Miss Gott 10 

Mr. «fe Mrs. Brayshaw 10 

Rev. J. A. Rhodes 10 

Rev. W. L. Howarth 10 

Mr. C. Brook 10 

Mr. J. Bovs 10 6 

Mr. J. K.Giddings ... 10 

Mr. R. Walton 10 

Mr. W. Grimshaw 10 

Mr. B.Dixon 10 

Mr. B. Wood 10 

Mr. J. Law 10 

Mr. J. Woodhouse 10 

Mr. G.Hodgson 10 

Mr. J. Light 10 

Mr. R. Fawcett 10 

Mr. D. Womerslev 10 

Mr. H.Brown ..' 10 

Mr. Jon. Snowden ... 10 

Mr. J. Butler 10 

Mr. E. Slater 10 

Mr. Alfred Walton ... 10 

Mr. Israel Roberts ... 10 

Mr. C. Bousfield 10 

Mr. W.Gray 10 

Mr. J. Woodhead 10 

Mr. W.F.Long 10 

Mr. J. Firth 10 

Dr. Macturk 10 



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ADDITIONAL NOTES. 



£ s. 

Anonymous 10 

Messrs. J. & C. Shuttle- 
worth 8 

Mr. A. Margerison ... 7 10 

Mr. A. Beverley 7 2 

Mr. P. Womersley ... 6 

Mr. B. & S. Keighley 5 10 

Mr. C. Parish 5 5 

Mr. J. Cordingley 5 5 

Mr. E. Walton 5 5 

Mr. W. Benson 5 5 

Mr. W. H. Benson ... 5 5 
Mr. G. R. Mossman, 

junr. 5 5 

Mr. Roger Marshall ... 5 5 

Mr. Walker Child 5 5 

Mr. C. Margerison ... 5 5 

Mr. David Booth 5 5 

Mr. J. Parkinson 5 5 

Miss F. Brown 5 5 

Mrs. Coates 5 

Mrs. W.Varley ... 5 

Mrs. Braithwaite 5 

Mrs. H. Brown 5 

Mrs. Lock wood 5 

Mrs. White 5 

Mrs. S. Varley 5 

Mrs. Winn 5 

Miss Grimshaw 5 

Miss M. Brown 5 

Miss Taylor 5 

Miss C. Calverley 5 

Miss Barker and Mrs. 

Brown 5 

Miss Hirst 5 

In Memoriam 5 

Mr. Jabez Waite 5 

Mr. John Walker 5 

Mr. W. Cockshott 5 

Mr. Jas. Cockshott ... 5 

Mr. W. Hey 5 

Mr. J. M. Barwick ... 5 

Mr. E. Richardson ... 5 

Mr. W. Richardson ... 5 

Mr. G. Stead 5 

Mr. W. Thornton 5 

Mr. Seth Clarke 5 

Mr. W.Pratt, junr. ... 50 

Mr. Thomas Wheatlcy 5 

Mr. Job Grimshaw ... 5 

Mr. .John I'illey 5 

Mr. AU'ictl Griuibhaw 5 



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Jos. Gott, senr. ... 5 

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Titus Brown 5 

B. Craven 5 

Z. Yewdall 5 

Josh. Gant 5 

William Mathers 5 

J. S. Stanhope ... 5 

John Turner 5 

J. Toothill 5 

S. Pilley 5 

Ab. Maude 5 

Walter Gray 5 

Thomas Wright... 5 

James Waller 5 

James Thompson 5 

Wm. Hargreaves 5 

J. Gott and Sisters 5 

W. Grimshaw 5 

W. Rogers 5 

A. R.White 5 

E. B. W. Balme... 5 

A. Harris 5 

Vint 5 

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J. Stead 5 

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J. G. Gant 5 

W. Westerman ... 5 

Obadiah Nussey... 5 
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. E. M. Hall 5 

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Mr. W.Wright 

Mr. J. Rhodes 

Mr. Jas. Coates 

Mr. J. W. Grimshaw... 

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Mr. R. Pratt 

Mr. W. Speight 

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Mr. S. Pearson 

Mr. Jon. Thompson ... 
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Mr. J. B. Davison 

Mr. Jon. Benson 

Mr. J. Kitson 

Mr. T. Stilwell 

Mr. B. E. Berry 

Mr. P. Hyland 

Mr. W. Amhurst Am- 

hurst 

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Mr. W. Broadbent 

Mr. Jos. Wood 

Mr. W. Barrons 

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Rev. J. C. Faber 

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Miss Caddy 

Mr. James Hartley ... 
Mr. R. S. Schofield ... 
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Mr. T. Good 

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Mr. W. W^aller 

Mr. S. Exley 

Mr. John Calvert 

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Mr. S. Rollings 

Mr. Thos. Elliott 

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Mr. B. Popplewell 

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Mr. W.Baxter 

Mr. S. Granger 

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Mies Bailey 

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Miss Thistlethwayte... 

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Mr. J. Bravshaw 

Mr. R. S. Faber 

Mr. I. Smith 

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Mr. Jas. Ingham 

Mr. H.Clarke 

Mr. W. H. Cordingley 
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Mr. D. Pearson 

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Mr. W. Ibbetson 

Mr. J. Clarkson 

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Mr. W. Davison 


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Mr. Jas. Busfield 





10 





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10 





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10 





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Miss Horsfall 5 

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Miss Braithwaite 6 

Miss Lambert 2 

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Miss J. Macturk 2 

Miss Knight 1 

Miss Kemble 1 

Miss Bottomley ,. 7 

Miss M. Thompson 7 

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Mrs. H. Ramsbotham... 4 

Mrs. H. Thomas 1 

Mr. R. R. Ramsbotham 12 

Mr. ArchyBell 

Mr. S. R. and A. E. 

Meredith 12 

Mr. S. Atkinson's 

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Children 

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Miss Ann Pratt 2 

Miss M. A. Hardaker... 1 
Miss A. Grimshaw and 

M. A. Binns 

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son 3 

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Pratt 

Mr. T. Halliday 

Mr. S. Barrons 

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Mr. Charles Pratt 

Mr. A. Wheater 

Mr. M. and J. Wheater 

Mr. W. Hainsworth ... 

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Mr. J. Armitage 

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SPECIAL GIFTS. 

East Window restored by Mrs. Horsfall and Family 150 

West Window, Mr. T. H. and Mrs. Gray 

Oak Chancel Rail, do. do. 

Communion Tablets, do. do. 

North Chancel Window, the Family of the late Rev. S, 

and Mrs. Redhead 

South Chancel Window, No. 1, Rev. A. and Mrs. Brown 

do. do. No. 2, the Sons of the late Mrs 
Sykes 

do. do. No. 3, Miss Paget 

Extra Oak for Nave Roof, Mr. J. Margerison 

Moreen for Cushions, Mr. S. Smith 

Stone, per Mr. Israel Thornton 

Lectern, Rev. Canon Bailey, D.D 

Silver Paten, Mrs. Rand 

Communion Cover, Mrs. E. Kemble 

Font and Communion Rugs, Misses Macturk 

Communion Chairs, Thank-offering 

Iron Work, Mr. W. F. Long 

Church Bible and Prayer Book, Misses Preller 

Service Books and Mats, Miss Margerison 

Communion Stools, Rev. E. B. Braithwaite 

Stone, per Mr. S. Hartley 



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3nbe;c of ^tttnante0* 



Abbott. lU, 128, 138. 

Ackroyd, Akeroyd, Akroyd, Aik- 

royd, Aikeroyd, Aykeroid, 31. 

33, 77, 80. 117, 119, 121, 125; 

127, 1S0,U9 2)ass., 156 bis, 176. 
Adam, 193 n. 
Adamson, 226. 

Adcocke. 129, 132. 160. 170, 179. 
Addison, 126. 
Agland. 134. 
Airey, 226. 
Aked, Akid. 132. 
Allanbridge, Allanbrig, 31, 54.57, 

61. 85, 95 pass., 96 7i., 130, 139. 

144. 146, 149, 167, 177, 186, 194. 
Aldersley, 126, 135. 
Alderson, 72, 76, 82, 103, 123, 188, 

220. 
Allen, 120. 
Allerton, 121. 
Ambler, Aumbler, Awmbler, 55, 

64/i.. j^ass., 102, 116, 128, 131, 

146,211. 
Amor, 129. 
Anderton, 208. 
Anstrupe. 153. 
Appleby, 126, 
Appleyard. 114. 
Archer, 31,79, 84, 127, 128, 131, 

158, 168 pass. 
Armistead, 221. 
Armitage, Armitedge.Armittedge, 

8, 37, 52, 61. 65, 67, 71, 74, 81, 

87, 91, 92, 96, 102, 106, 107, 109, 

113, 117, 124, 129, 132,152,153, 

154, 173. 183, 191, 196. 
Ashley, 142. 

Ashton, 3, 117 bis, 134, 152. 196. 
Aske, 31, 32, 33, GS, 74, 77, 84, 

110, 136, 150, 191. 



Aslabie, 50. 

Asquith, Askwith, 68, 95/i., 117. 

Asshald, Esholt, 198. 

Assheton's Journal, 196. 

Atkinson, 32, 33, 34^^55., 35, 36 
bL<s, 38 pass., 39 pass., 55, 58, 
61, 62, 63, 72 n.. 90, 93, 95 n., 
97;^., 98, 99, 103 bis. 106, 107, 
108, 112, 114, 115, 116 bis. 117, 
119, 120, 122, 123, 127, 130 bis, 
132, 135, 137, 140, U2 bis, 144, 
146, 149. 152 bis, 156 pass., 161 
2MSS., 164, 165, 166;i., 168, 180;^., 
181, 183 71., 186 pass., 188, 195, 
208,209 pass., 211. 

Atkyne, 9. 

Attewell, 197. 

Austen, 130, 174. 

Avyson, 70. 

Ayres, 225. 

Baggefoote, 133. 

Bagley, 119. 

Baildon, 136. 

Bailey, 27, 67, 112, 116, 119, 136, 

208. 
Baines, Baynes, Bayne, 62. 67, 86, 

91, 118, 123, 127, 128, 137, 144, 

155, 165, 190. 
Bairstow, Baistow, 52, 132. 
Bake, Bakes, 36 bis, 84, 88, 91, 95, 

98, 101, 108, 132, 178, 179, 186, 

228. 
Baker, 33, 35, 36 bis, 62. 
Balcarris, Lord, 5, 200 bis, 201. 
Balholt. 198, 199. 
Balme, 93, 182, 210 pa.ss. 
Balmforth, Bawmforth, 76, 84, 

118, 138, 139, 143, 174, 183, 190. 



mDEX OF SURNAMES. 



235 



Banks. Bankes. 34. 55, 69, 87, 101. 
103, 108, 123, 129, 130, 133, 185. 
Bannister, 34. 
Barhouse, (see Burrows). 
Barker, Barkour, 53 pass., 58, 62, 

95, 113, 118, 134, 146, 149, 151, 
153, 184, 188, 208. 

Barnby, 213. 

Barnes, 32, 35, 42 Us. 

Barnsley, 118. 

Barraclongh, 70, 110, 122, 124, 125, 
127, 128, 136, 149, 150,152, 210 
pass., 211. 

Barrett, 38, 115, 118, 122, 131. 

Barrans, 36 his. 

Barrows, Barrose, Barras, Bar- 
house, Barrhouse, 87, 114, 117 
Us, 118, 121, 122. 124, 129, 139, 
144, 146, 148, 149, 153, 166, 172, 
175, 186, 221. 

Bartell, 219. 

Bartlett, 119. 

Barwick, Barwicke, 115. 

Bates. Baytes, 131, 149. 

Bateson, Baitson. 55. 209. 

Batley, 127. 

Batt, Batte, 142, 159, 211. 

Batty, 82, 85, 128. 

Bean, Beane, 79, 85, 114, 122, 143, 
163 n. 

Beanland, 220 his. 

Beaumont, Beomont, 99, 119. 

Beck, 115. 116. 

Beckett, 139. 

Beckwith, 156 n., 202 his. 

Beecroft, 17. 19, 36, 122. 

Beeston, 87, 89, 129, 170. 

Beilby, 206. 

Bell. 2, 28, 78, 84, 93, 103, 109, 
115, 124,126, 173, 187,225. 

Bellowes, Belhouse, Bellas, 34, 55, 
68, 78, 80, 82, 84, 87, 88, 90, 95, 

96, 101, 102, 106 his, 110, 112, 
126, 127 his, 132, 145, 153, 165. 

Benson, 111, 126,150, 152. 
Bentley, 33 his, 34. 57, 60, 116 his, 

123, 137, 146, 196, 208. 
Bergheby, 197. 
Berry, 37, 57, 78, 82, Ibin., 157, 

166. 
Berwick, 208. 



Best, 118. 

Bevvicke, 11 his, 19 his. 

Bickersteth, 29. 

Bilcroft, 126. 

Bingley, 126, 210. 

Binns, Bins, 54, 62, 69, 143, 1.53/i., 
163, 169, 178. 

Birch, Birtch, Burch, 32, 59, 63, 
66, 68, 73, 77, 82, 127, 136 his, 
137,156, 182, \^Opa.ss., 196. 

Birkby, 118 (see also Berghehy.) 

Birkhead, Birkenhead, 92 n., 118, 
142. 144, 145, 226. 

Blackburn, 53, 134, 142, 164, 174, 
223. 

Blackett, 11 %., 40, 41,45. 

Blaker, 17. 

Blakeney, 213. 

Blakey, 115. 

Bland, 57 his, 112, 115, 135 his, 
136, 149, 185,200. 

Blaydes, 205. 

Bloomer, 53, 58, 62, 91, 100, 106, 
111, 124, 132, 133,147. 

Boardman, 208. 

Boast, 224. 

Boiling, Bollyng, 199 his. 

Bolton, Bowlton, 60, 63. 797i., 116, 
132, 133, 137, 148, 168. 

Boocock, 54, 58, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69, 
71, 77,78,93, 121,123,124,157, 
168, 175. 176, 179, 182, 193. 

Boodin, 66. 

Booth, 32 his. 33. 34 his, 50 his, 
53, 62, 64, 66, 71, 74, 78, 79, 83, 
86 his, 89, 90 pass., 93. 94. 96 
his, 100, 101 his, 103, 104, 107 
his, 108, 111 his, 116, 126, 127, 
\2%pass., 129, 131, 133, 134 his, 
135 his, 141, 142, 150 n., 152, 
156, 157, 163. 169, 170 his, 112, 
\752Jass., 177 pass., 179, 181 n., 
182 his, 182, 188 his, 190 m., 
194 71., 195 his, 208, 209,228. 

Botterill, 225. 

Bottomley, 119. 

Bower, 32, 33, 34, 59, 60, 68, 73, 
78,113, 133, 138, 163, 193 his, 
196. 

Bowes, Bows, 118, 141. 

Bownas. 208. 



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INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



Boyd, 220. 

Boys, 37 bis. 

Bradley, 112. 116, 144, 170. 

Brafferton. 20'6 pass. 

Bragdon. 219. 

Braithwaite. 29, 157, 213. 

Bramley, 67, 117. 

Brayshaw, Brayshey, 31, 58, 78, 
82, 115, 119, 125,* 130, 141 bis, 
154:, pass., I6i pass., 211. 

Brearey, 117, 

Brereton. 198, 199. 

Bretherick, Brotherick, Brodrick, 
69 2Jass., 133. 

Bridge, 59, 119. 

Bridgewater, Earl of, 145. 

Brigg, 177, 213, 

Briggs. Brigges, (see also Bridge^. 
53, 63, 66, 70, 76, 126, 140, 183, 
192 w. 

Bright, Colonel, 200. 

Broadbelt, 116, 168 bis,21o. 

Broadbent, 34, 36. 

Broadley, 31. 32, 33 bis, 52, 57, 63, 
67, 71, 79, 85, 88, 94 n., 95 n., 
98, 108,111, 112, 115, 118, 119, 
121 pass., 127, 133, 134, 135, 
136 bi.% 141. 144, 146, 148, 149, 
153, 154, 156 bis, 157, 159, 163, 
167, 173, 180 bis, 181, 187, 190, 
194. 

Brogden, 205 bis. 

Brokeupp, 121. 

Brooke, Broke, &&, 75, 80, 84, 119, 
121, 123, 124, 127 bis, 166, 168, 
171, 181 »., 219, 228. 

Brookes, 94 n. 

Brooksbank, Brookesbank, 7, 59, 
68,75, 80, 86, 94 w., 114, 118, 
150, 157 bis, 170, 171, 187. 

Broomhead, 210. 

Brotherhed, 118. 

Brown, 16, 21, 22, 2^ pass., 29,30, 
31, 32, 38 bis, 43, 53. 57. 70, 99, 
115 bis, 116, 118, 121 bis, 122, 
123 bis. 126, 131, 133, 139. 141 
bis, 144, 1.5.3, 159, 170, 178, 183, 
187 bis, 199 pass., 208, 209j';as«., 
211, 212, 213, 

Broomhead, 117. 

Broomitt, 130. 



Bryan, Bryans, 200. 

Brvantes, 226. 

Buck, Bucke, 31, 32 bis, 34, 55. 58, 
61. 62, 66 (mis-primed Rucke), 
67. 70 bis. 11, 78. 82, 85, 91, 95, 
103, 112, 122, 123 pass., 13(», 
134, 137, 143, 167, llbn., 178 
bis, 119 pa.^s., 181 pass., 183 
pass., 191 n., 195 bis. 209. 

Buckden, Buckten, Bugden, 54, 
60, 65, 68, 137 bis, 143, 145, 195 
bis. 

Bucktone, 198, 

Bucktrout, Bucketroute. 107, 110, 
123, 128, 134, 168, 192, 194. 

Bulkby, 118, 

Bullock, 120. 

Bulmer, 225. 

Bumlev, 208, 

Bunny. 124. 

Burnell, 72, 81, 100, 104, 109, 123, 
146, 147, 156, 171. 173. 

Burnett, 125, 143. 

Burnley, 119, 1S\,1Q2 pass. 

Burrage, 141. 

Burton, 34, 205. 

Busby. 124, 208. 

Busfieid, 36, 60, 66, 73, 78, 81, 127, 
129 bis, 143 bis, 157, 175. 

Butcherby, 52, 

Butler, 54. 60, 74 bis, 76, 80 bi.<i, 
85, 117, 122, 126, 137 pass., 150, 
1.54, 158, 168 bis, 175 n., 177 n., 
184, 209,210 bis, 22\. 

Butterfield, 31, 33. 83, 89, 95, 102, 
102, 106, 110, 129, 130, 133, 134, 
136, 165. 

Bylton, 197. 

Byrde, 208. 

Calthorpe, 197 bis. 

Calvert, Cawvart, Cawvard, 34 
bis, 56, 61, 68, 73, 81, 85, 90, 99, 
108. 112, 130, 131, 137, 158, 
171 n., Ill, 184, 188,211. 

Calverley, 3 pass., i pass., 8 pass., 
9 pass., 10 jmss., II n., 15 pass., 
16, 19, 20 n., 21, 25 n., iO pass., 
41 bis, 45 bis. 53. 76, 80 bis, 125 
pass., 126, 136, 141, 164 w., 166, 
177, 178, 197 jmss., 198 ^^a««., 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



237 



199 pass., 201 b7s, 202 pass., 203 

pass., 201 pass., 205 pass., 206 

pass.. 207 pass., 208 bis, 211 Ms, 

212, 228. 
Cammell, 156. 
Capes, Caps. Capps, 56, 129, 130, 

141. 
Carr, Carre, 14 pass., 120, 212. 
Carrock, 32. 51, 63, 72, 76, 92, 119. 

132, 133. 143, 144, 148, 163, 176, 

186, 193. 
Carter, 31. 35. 73. 76. 80, 81, 85. 

98, 104, 108, 114, 115. 117, 127 

bis, 157. 160 bis. 161, 163, 165. 

167, 170, 176, 180. 184 bis, 193, 

210. 
Cartwright, 206. 
Casson, 168 n. 
Cave, 96, 215. 
Caverlj, 204: pass. 
Cawdrey, Cawtherah, Cawtherey, 

Kawtheraw, Kawdrey, 56, 116. 

120, 133, 188, 189, 215, 216. 
Caxton Memorial, 5. 
Chamber, 219. 
Chadwick, 7, 213. 
Chapman. 56, 60. 74, 94. 100 pass., 

103, 109. 110, 129, 130 bis. 131, 

132, 136, 143, 149. 152. IGOpass., 

180,191 228. 
Charles I., 3 bis. 
Charles IL. 4. 
Charlesworth, 63, 66, 69, 72, 149, 

152. 
Charley, 216. 
Charlton, 159, 164. 
Cheetham, 38. 
Chelleray, 197 pass. 
Child, 33, 54, 57, 59, 63, 67, 71, 76, 

95, 102, 127, 131, 132, 136, 173, 

176. 180 bis, 189. 
Chippendale, 8, 118, 136. 
Cinamon, 178. 
Clapham, 35 bis. 223. 
Clarke, 56, 60, 132, 135, 137, 138. 
Clarkson, 36, 94 7i., 95 bis, 122, 

148, 158 71., 185 n., 189 n., 191 n., 

193, 209 bis. 
Clau2;hton. 57 bis, 133, 136. 
Clayton, 23, 66, 122, 13(>, 156 n., 

158, 161 n., 189, 209 bis. 



Cles^, 134. 

ciiferi22. 

Clifton, 121. 

Cloora 126 n. 

Clongh, 10. 

Close 91 99, 

Coate's, 60, 62. 63, 67, 84, 88, 100, 
128, 136, 137 bis. 146, 150 w., 
152, 175,181, 185. 

Cockshott, 38 pa.ss. 

Coagill, 123. 

Coldsforth, 125. 

Collins, 213. 

Collinson, 121, 130. 

Collyer, 217. 

Coltsford, (see Coldsforth) . 

Constantine, 32 bis, 112, 137 bis, 
188. 190. 196. 

Conyers, 207. 

Cooke, 58, 109, 135, 191 bis. 

Cooper, 37, 208. 

Copley, 12 », 123, 127, 200, 219. 

Copper, 150. 

Copperthwaite, 187. / 

Cordingley, Coardley, 57, 80, 86, "^ 
115, 121, 127, 140, 151. 

Cousen, Coussen, 53, 59', 63, 110, 
114, 125, 126, 132 bis, 136, 151, 
154, 165 bis, 184 bis, 195. 

Cotton, Cottom. Cottam, 130, 141 
bis, 142, 194 n. 

Cowgill 220 (see Cog gill). 

Cowlton, 133. 

Cowper, 124, 224. 

Crabtree, 32, 53, 56, 58, 64, ^^, 67 
bis, 72, 74. 76, 78, 79, 80, 81, 86, 
88, 90, 93, 98, 99, 100, 104. 110, 
IMbis, 119, 123, 126, 127 bis, 
130, 135, 136 bis, 139, 146, 148, 
1.50, 154, 157. 162 n., 163, 165, 
172, 178 bis, 180, 181, 182, 191. 

Crakell, 121. 

Craven, 53, ^^, 69, 74, 78, 82, 89, 
94, Hi pass., 116, 125, 135, 140, 
151 bis. 169, 194 71., 209, 211 bis. 

Croft, 52, 55, 62, 100, 110 bis, 124, 
132, 136 bis, 176, 182, 191, 194 
bis, 215. 

Cromwell, Colonel, 5, 200 bis. 

Croraack, 33. 

Croser, 196. 



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INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



Crossley, 53, 57, 61, 114, 129, 134, 

188. 
Crosthwaite, 30, 
Crowther, 33, 43. Ill, 126, 135. 
CroysdalR, 55, 80. 86. lOO. 105, 

117, 123, 127, 134,137,142,176, 

183, 193. 
Cullingworth, 94, 135, 170 n. 
Cure, 118. 
Currain, 119. 
Currer, 44. 
Cnrsham, 213. 
Curtain, Curtaine, Kearton, Kir- 

tnin, 56, 94, 109, 130, 135, 136, 

168, 180, 191. 
Curtas, 122, 158 n. 
Cuttel, Cuttle, 34, 35 his. 48 Us. 

102, 107, 136, 190, 192, 228. 

Dade, 42. 

Dale, 156 n. 

Dalton, 202. 

Darrand, 115. 

Darnbroueh. Darenbrough, Darn- 
broughe, Darnbruuk, Vi\ pass., 
210 2)ass. 

Dautry, 197. 

Davison, 104, 109, 134. 

Dawson, ^2 pass., 34, ^o pass., 37, 
64, 67, 72, 75, 80, 85, 90, 92 his, 
95, 98. 99 bis. 100, 103, 104, 105, 
107, I08<5w, 112 bis, 113, 116, 
121, 123, 124, 125, 130, 132. 133 
bis. 135, 137 bis, 150 pass, 152, 
160, 16 1 bis, 163 bis, 166 w., 171, 
172, 176, 178, 181 bis, 182, 186 
n., 195, 223, 228 bis. 

Deacon, 53, 58, 63, 93, 132, 148, 
2U8. 

Deane, .84, 71, 116, 117, 125, 172, 
173 209 bis. 

Deigh'ton, Dighton, 58. 77, 80. 93, 
109, 124, 126, 127, 142, 174, 182, 
188. 

Denby, Denbigh, 34 bis, 87, 88, 90 
pass., 94, 99, 101, 105 bis, 106. 
110, 111, 126, 129, 130,132,151, 
169 />/.*, 170 w., 11% pass., 180, 
190, 193, 194. 

Denison, Dinnyson, Dinison, 37 
pais., 55. 



Denton, 128, 129. 

Dibb, 36 bis. 

Dibon, De, 45. 

Dickonson, Dickenson, 59, 62 bis, 

90. 117, 128, 133, 142, 157, 163, 

172, 174. 
Ditch, Dytch, 132, 154, 125 n. 
Dixon, 3 bis, 35, 131, 208, 211. 
Dobson, 7. 
Dodgson, Dodshon, 15, 32, 74, 88, 

93, 101 bis, 106, 134 bis, 146, 

162 n., 167, 181. 
Doe, 189. 

Downes, 132, 162 n., \72 pass. 
Dowsing. 4 n. 
Dracop, Dracupp, 54, 60, 61, 64, 

67. 83, 116, 118, 121, 137, 142, 

144, 167, 176, 180, 181. 
Drake, Dracke, 59, 65, 68, 75, 82, 

83, 90, 109, 111, 124, 135, 139, 

145, 150 n., 156, 159 pass., 165, 

194. 211. 
Dransfield, 119, 123. 
Driver, 44, 114. 
Dufton. 54, 63, 66, 72, 75, 77, 79, 

82, 88, 89, 120, 123, 1.36 /5i?, 137, 

14.3, 152, 155, 157, 158, 160, 165, 

176, 187. 
Dunnel, 67, 71. 
Duredove, 122. 
Dury, 213. 
Dyneley, 215. 
Dyson, 65, 115, 139, 177, 181. 



Earle, 123. 

Eastburne, 94, 98, 102. 
Eastwood, 52, 56, 59, 66, 68, 69, 

117, 136, 144, 170, 172 bis. 
Eccleshill, 197. 198. 
Edmondson, 37 pass., 47 pass., 

129. 
Ellershaw, 212. 
Elicar, 204. 
Ellis. Elys, 34, 58, 61, 79 n., 112, 

116, 117, 118.119, 121,125,136, 

141,145,195,198, 210. 
Ellison, Elliston, Ellitson, 142, 

195, 209. 
Elliott, 132, 166 n., 204. 
Ellwicke, 202. 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



23£^ 



Elsworth, 70, 75, 76. 81, 8(5, 91, 

100, 180. 
Elwood, 118, 123, 226. 
Emison, 137. 
England, "35, 63, 116, 119, 129, 

139, 155 )i., 156. 176. 
English. 116. 
Esholt, Asshald. 198. 
Etherington, 115. 120. 
Exley, 65, 115, 137. 



Faber, io 2mss., 208 his. 213. 

Fairbank. Farebank. 32, 33, 35 
bis, 60. 63, 66 bis, 69. 72. 77, 83, 
101, 116, 119 bis, \29> bis, 133, 
131, 135, 136, 158 n., 167, 170, 
181. 

Fairfax, 3, 5, 79 n., 192 n., 199, 
200 bis, 202. 

Falshaw, Falshey, Foulshaw, 55, 
62, 130, 136,172, 186. 

Farewell, 65, 60, 104, 135, 142, 
146, 147. 

Farrer, 31, 32, 83 bis, 34 pass., 35, 
38, 60, 63, 67, 71, 72, 76 bis, 77, 
78, 81, 83, 85 bis, 88, 89 bis, 91, 
95, 96, 98, 100, 102 jjass.. 105, 
106, UOpass., 122, 123 bis, 124, 
125 bis, 128, 129 bis, 130 bis, 
131,132, 133 bis, 135, 136 bis, 
140, 141 bis, 143, 144, 146, 147 
bis, 148, \b2bis, 154, 157 bis, 
158, 159 n., 164, 165. 167, 170, 
173, 176, 177 bis. l%o pass., 186, 
191, 196, 199, 210, 211,228. 

Farrow, Ferrowe, Farrey, Ferray, 
52, 116, 118. 120 bis, 121 bis, 
122, 189w., 213, 223. 

Fawcett, 70, 74, 80, 161, 213. 

Fawer, 124. 

Fawley, 98 n. 

Fearnley, 114, 116, 117, 191. 

Feather, 70, 83, 93, 122, 133. 

Felld, Field, 53. 

Fenton, 52, 54, 58, 60, Q>Q,, 67, 69, 
78 bis. 85, 87, 91, 93, 98, 103, 
108, 110, 112, 113, 127 bis, 134 
bi.^, 136 bis, 137, 143, 165, 166, 
173, 175, 177, 182, 190, 192. 

Fentvman, 215. 



Ferrand, Farrand, 7 pass,, 115 bis, 
209 bis. 

Fidler, 67. 

Field, 2\Qpass. 

Fielding, 118, 126. 

Firth, 53, 59, 70, 71, 77, 78, 105, 
116, 122, 134, 177. 191,192,194. 

Fisher, 52, 95, 173, 174. 

Flatber, Fladder, 31 pass., 32, 75, 
77, 79, 81 bis, 83, 85 bis. 91 bis, 
94, 99 bis, 101, \OQbis. 107, 111, 
116, 123, 124 bis. 127, 130, 134, 
151, 153, 156, 158, 164, 167, 170 
bis, 173, 179 bis, 183, 185 biSy 
188, 191, 194. 

Fleming, Fleeming,. 121. 

Flesher, 42, 130. 

Fletcher, 31, 33, 34 bi», 54, 66, 83, 
92 n., 94, 114, 116 bis, 122, 123, 
126, 128, 129, 134, 137, 153 bis, 
164, 165, 180,215, 219. 

Foldes, 208. 

Foorter, 115. 

Forster, 115. 

Forth, Forthe, 154 n. 

Foster, 52, 57, 65, 70, 74 bis, 76, 
83, 87, 91, bis., 100, 102, 103, 108, 
114, 115,118, 123, 130, 131, 133, 
136, 153, 154 n., 159, 167 ^^ass., 
169, 171 bis, 174,179, 180, 186, 
192, 195. 

Fotherdll, Fnthergell, 108, 126, 
155,158, 176, 193. 

Fountains, Funtons, 135. 

Fourness, Fournas, 56, 160 yi. 

Fowler, Fouller, 73, 119, 120, 125, 
128, 170. 

Fox, 35. 

France, 129. 

Frank, Franke, 115, 117.. 

Frankland, 119, 220. 

Franklin, 80, 84, 120, 122, 179 lis, 

Freckleton, 134, 135, 145m. 

Free, 73. 

Freeman, 129, 213. 

Friend, 13. 

Gabriell, 146 bis. 
Gale, Gaile, 29, 203 bis, 225. 
Galloway, Gallaway, 77, 116, 135, 
136,148. 



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INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



Gamble, 35, 114. 

Gargrave, 115, 125, 127, 128, 139, 
180, 185 n. 

Garnett, 65, 137, 167, 176. 

Gar nor, 34. 

Garth, 183 n. 

Gaunt, Gaunte, Gant, 31, 32, 53, 
57, 58, 60, 65, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72 
6is, 73, 74, 75, 76 dis, 78, 80 2Jass., 
85 pass., 86 6is, 87, 88 dis, 89, 
dOpass.. 93 dis, 94, 96, 99, 100 
pass., 101, 104, 105, 106, 107, 
108, 110, 111 j!;a55.,116, 118, 119, 
121 , 122 dis, 123 dis, 124, 125 dis, 
126, 128, 129 dis, ISO pass.. 133, 
134 pass., 135, 137, 140, 146 dis, 
151, 153, 154, 162 n., 163 dis, 
164, 166, 167, 173, 174, 177, 179, 
180, ISl pass., 183, 184 dis, 185, 
186, 187, 192, 193, 194, 195, 221. 

Gelderd, (see Guelder), 

Gennens, 120. 

Gerson, 120. 

Gibson, 91, 113, 126, 133, 134, 144, 
149, 157,178, 171. 

Gill, Gyll, 32, 33, 34, 95, 96, 117, 
118 dis, 133, 166 w., 176, 193, 
209. 

Gilltoune, 216. 

Gledhill, Gledall, 118. 

Glasebroce, 197 dis. 

Glegsr, Glogg, 126. 

Glensover, 130,147, 159,178. 

Glover, 129, 135. 

Gloucester, Humphrey, Duke of, 
199. 

Goddard,210. 

Goldshurgh, 198. 

Goodall, 33, 34, .56, 59, 61, 64, 67, 
70, 76 dis, 77, 78, 82 dis, 83, 84, 
87,89,90, 93, ^(S dis, 101, 102, 
104, 110, 113, 117, 123, 126 dis, 
131 n., 132, 136, 140, 144, 149 
pass.. 152, 156, 158 n., 161 dis, 
162 n., 167, 169, 172, 182, 186, 
188, 189;?««.f., 194, 196. 

Goodrick, 201. 

Goodyson, 79. 

Gommersall, 132. 

Gott, 14 dis, 35 />«.?.?., 36, 59, 80, 



84,88, 114, 127, l.->5, 157, 167 

dis, 173. 
Gower, 208. 
Graham, 27, 29. 
Grainger, 36. 
Graunt, 6. 
Grave, 56, 60, 67, 76, 79, 100, 102, 

113, \U dis, 120, 122, 126, 130, 

133,1.85, 137, 141, 144, 149,152, 

156,157, 163, 180, 188, 193. 
Graveson, 121. 
Gray, 11 %., 26 dis, 27, 28, 35, 37, 

^iipass., 116. 
Greathead, 68, 72, 122. 
Green, Greene, 93, 103, 116, 118, 

119, 135, 207, 228. 
Greenfield, 62. 
Greenhough, 54,120. 
Greenwood, o8, 210. 
Grimshaw, Grymeshaw, 82, 84, 

124, 132, 1.58, 162, 228. 
Guelder, Ghuelder, Gelderd, 31, 

32, 88, 113, 121, 125, 129, 1.36, 

138, 165, 189, 196. 
Gypson, 110. 



Hackphaw, 61. 

Hagbon, 117. 

Haigh,21. 

Hainsworth, Hainworth, 31, 33 
pass.,M, So pass., 36 pass., 37 
jMss., 38, 53, 57, 60, 66, 71, 73, 
77, 7S dis, 81, 84, 87, 91, 101, 
114, 124, 125, 127, 128, 137 dis, 
150, 165 n., 166, 171, 173, 178, 

180, 182, 192, 196, 208, 228 dis. 
Hakill, 115. 

Halifax, Lord, 10 dis. 

Hall, 32, 62, 57, 58, 62 dis., 63, 64 
n., 67 pass., 80, 83, 88, 94 n., 98, 
100, 105, 117 pass., 120, 121, 
129, 130, ISSdis, 143, 146, 147, 

181, 212 pass., 226. 
Hallevvell, 127. 

Halliday, Hollyday, 34, 118, 119. 

Hamilton, 208. 

Hammerton, 52, 55, 60, 68, 183, 

192. 
Hammond, Hammand, Hawmond, 

32,73,78, 113, 114, 116, 119, 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



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1B3, 135, 138, 157, 171, 189, 196 

bis. 
Hanson, 53, 116. 
Hardaker, 17,85, 116, 228. 
Hardman, 28. 

Hardwicke, 13, 109, 2\9 pass., 220. 
Hardy, 115, 195, 196. 
Hare, Heir, 31, 32, 52, 54, .06, 

57, 61 bu, 81, 85, 87. 88. 9() his. 

91, 94 his, 97, 99, 100, 102. 103. 

104, 105, 106, 107, 109. 110 his. 

111, 112, 113, 116, \2-ibis, 128 
Us. 129, 131, 133, 135, 137 bis. 
140, 142, 154, 156, 160, 169, 174. 
180, 182. 187, 191, 192 his, 193, 
195 2)ass., 211.225. 

Hargrave, Hargreaves, 33. 34, 35 
his, 55, 91, 101, 106. 112. 118, 
119,123, 127, 131, 138,142.147, 
1.54, 192. 228 his. 

Harper. Herper, 32. 55. 58, 62, 84, 
91. 92, 93, 94, 95. 108, 112, 11.5, 
117, 122, 125, 126. 131 his. 133, 
136, 137, 145, 146, 147 his, 148, 
153, 158, 164, 172. 176. 179, 183. 
188.189,191, 194, 199*/^, 208 
2)ass., 211. 

Harrison, 3. 15, 29, 37 his, 56, 59, 
65. 69, 73, 83, 89. 96 his. 101, 
102, 103&/5. 105. 106, 109. 111. 

112, 115, 116, 119. 122, 123, 124, 
126, 130, 131, \U,V?,^ pass., 140, 
148, 156 «.., 175, 179, 181, 182, 
183, 185 his, 190,192, 211, 216 
n., 221 his. 

Hartley. Heartlev, 37, 52. 58, 59 
his, 65, 79, 84, 85. 112. 135, 144, 
147, 159 bis. 168,182, 183. 

Haste, Hast, Haist, Hairst, 31 bis, 
55, 58, 61, 65, 70, 78, 88, 115, 
131, 137, 164, 170, 179, 182, 186, 
189, 190,194 bi^. 

Hatton, 193. 

Haw. 71, 73. 76 bis, 83, 89, 101, 
122, 124, 150 «., 152, 163, 178, 
184. 

Hawke, 92 n. 

Hawksby. 83, 87, 90, 100,103, 107, 
128, 173, 176, 179, 187, 194, 195. 

Havvkshay, 121. 

Havvksley, 122. 



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Hawkswell, Hawkwell. Hawkell. 
121,134. 

Hawksworth. 224. 

Hayward. 206. 

Hazzell, 135. 

Headlam. 126. 

Healey,22, 27. 

Heap, 29. 

Hearp, 37. 

Hemingway, 10, 42, 43/;ff.S6\, 48 
pass. 

Hemsworth, 124 bis. 

Hesketh, Hesket, 207. 

Hey, 31, 33, 54, 58, 68, 72 pa.^.<i.. 
77, 78, 79, 83 bis, 86 pass., 89, 
93, 96, 100, 104, 115, 117, 129, 
156. 164, \(^o2mss., 169, 172, 173, 
194, 209. 

Hide, 114. 

HiJl, 34, 69, 75, 82, 108, 112, 115, 
117, 119, 121, U2bis, 135, 136, 
138. 148, 153, llQjiass., 178, 192, 
199, 213. 

Hillhouse, Hillas, 32. 33, 34 ;w.w., 
52, 56, 99, 102, 104, 106, 109, 
111, 117, 120 bis, 122, 123 bis, 

124, 130, 133 bis, 134, 1.35, 136, 
149, 154. 177, 178,188. 

Hinchball. 129. 

HinchcliflEe. Hinchliffe, 54, 59, 67, 
73, 79 pa.'is., 88, 101, 108, 109, 
133, 163. 

Hird, 56, 59, 64, 65, 142, 164 n. 

Hughes, Hist. Meltham, 197. 

Hirst, Hurst. 73, 75. 116. 123, 125, 
132, 158, 169, 206, 208, 225. 

Hirstler. 116. 

Hobson, 65. 68, 77, 79. 81. 87, 88, 
99, 100, 121, 125, 127. 128, 129 
hts, 142, 143, 144, 148, 152. 155 
pass., 160, 168 n., 172. 174, 184, 
185 w., 189, 195. 

Hodgson, 28, 31, 34 his, 42 his, Al 
pass., 57, 61. 65. 68. 69, 70, 73, 
75. 7^, 80, 81, 86, 93, 126, 128, 
129, 130, l;32, 136, 140, 141, 160, 
161, 209. 

Hogg, 89, 93, ion, 106, 115, 121, 

125, 152. 191. 195. 
oldroyd, 118. 

Holdsvvortli, Holsworth, 32, 60, 



242 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



64, 117 his, 121, 123 J/s, 128. 
141, 144, 146, 150 n., 160, 161 
pass., 163 11., 178 n., 191, 194 n., 
211. 

Hollins, Hollings, 97, 120 bis, 121, 
123 bis. 

Hollingworth, Holinworth, 31 
pass., 11, 82 bis, 83, 85 bis, 86, 
88, 89, 90, 93, 94, 97, 103, 106, 
107, 111 bis, 123, 127, 128, 130, 

136, 140, 158, 167 pass., 173, 
182 bis, 191, 209. 

Holly, 123. 

Holme, 213. 

Holmes, 56, 117,119, 131, 13.3,150 

n., 164 M., 174, 185 w., 189, 211 

^^212, 213,221. 
Holt, 42 pass., 45 bis, 47 bis, 50. 
Hopkinson, 115, 127. 
Hopton, 197, 202. 
Home, 135, 152, 228. 
Horner, 153, 180, 182. 
Horsefield, 68, 208. 
Horsfall, 29, 38 pass., 75, 137, 193. 
Hortall, 119. 

Houghton (see Hoivton), 136. 
Howarth, 208,212, 213. 
Howcrate, 17, 65, 75, 78, 82, 83, 87, 

93, 94, 99, 101, 106, 108, 109, 

113, 120, 121, 122, 124, 125,132, 

146, 147, 159, 171, 174, 175 bis, 

178, 190, 209, 223. 
Howlett, 198. 
Howson, 132. 
Howton, 115. 
Hoyle, Hoole, 63, 115, 118, 119, 

121,122. 
Hubie, 225. 
Hudson, 65, 87, 92 bis, 96 n., 98, 

102, 106, 110, 115, 128, 130, 135, 

137, 164, 168, 177, 185 bis, 208, 
219, 220. 

Hunter, 119, 208. 

Husband, 10. 

Hustler, Huslcr, 68, 100,101, 107, 
112. 116, 127, 149, 151. 

Hutcliinson, 31, 32, 33, 34 his, 37 
pass., 63,66,68,73, 81,83. 86, 
87,88,91, 92,95, 97, 102, 106, 
120, 124, 129, 131, 135, 137,153, 



1.54, 155, 157, 1.59, 163, 167, 169, 

170, 171 bis, 172. 
Hutt, 221 bis. 
Hutton, ^^pass., 47, 12.5, 147, 192 

pass., 202, 211. 
Hyhole, 33. 



Illingworth, SI pass., 48, 54. o9 
bis, 61 bis, 64, 68, 74, 75, 79' bu, 
99, 112. Ill pass., 1 19, 129, 136, 
137, 143, 147. 151, 152 pass., 
153, 154, 159, 160, 162 n., 167, 
168, 169, 171 pass., 174. Hon., 
179, 180, 191,196, 209, 211. 

Ine, 195. 

Ineham, 178. 

Ingram, 202. 

Inskipe, 199. 

Ire, 139. 

Iredale, 136. 

Isle de r, de Lisle, de Lile, 197 
pa.ss., 198, 

Isles, 35. 

Jackson, 27, 56, 60, 82, 83, 86, 88, 
92 M., 100, US bis, 129, 137, 1.50 
71., 166, 176, 178, 179, 180, 204, 
209. 212. 

Jagger, 114, 120. 

James II., King, 7. 

Jefferson, 123. 

Jeffrey, 193 7i. 

•lennings, Gennins, 120, 124. 

Jenkinson, 31,54, 78, 81, 87. 91, 
96, 102. 106, 127, 128, 129, 130, 
157, 160, 162 pass., 165, 169, 
Idipass., 202, 215. 

Jepson, 114. 

Jerrvson, 119. 

Jevvitt, Jevvitte, 53, 58, 74, 83, 115, 
116, 117, 118. 128, 129, 187 w. 

Jobson, 115, 118. 

Johnson, 37 his, 50. 54, 60, 67, 73, 
75, 87, 111 his, 140, 163. 

Jowett, 32, 94, 99, 104, 108 bis, 
124, 135 bis, 136, 173, 179, 182, 
184 2^a.<is., 190, 192, 193, 196, 
211. 

Jubb, 126. 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



243 



Kay, 3 bis, 147, 165, 173, 210. 

Kearton, 163. 

Keeling, 29. 

Keighley, Kighley, 36, 115, 126, 
I'Sd 2Jass.. 145. 

Kellett. 33, 64, 65, 76. 82. 86, 101 
pass., 105, 106, 109, 110. 113, 
115, 116, 120, 125, 129, 130, ] 32, 
133, 140,142, 144,148, 153,166, 

172, 182. 

Kendall, Kendill, 59, 62, 68, 113, 
117, 123, 133, 137, 148, 196. 

Kent, 32, 33, 104, 110, 112, 137, 
ISo jMSS., 195. 

Kershaw, Kirsbay, 119. 

Kins. Kvng, 120, 199, 208, 212, 
213. 

Kirk. Kirke, 119. 

Kirkman, 132, 133. 

Kitchen. Kitchin. Kitching, 31. 
52, 65. 57 bis. 59, 61, 62, 68. 77, 
80, 84; 88,89 bis. 90,94,97, 101, 
104, 105, 108, 109 bis, 112. 123, 
129. 131, 134, 135 bis, 142. 145, 
UQpass., 151, 154 bis, 156, 161, 
168, 170, 171, 172, 174, 175. 178, 
186, 189, 193, 195 bis.'IU bis. 

Kitson. 32, 55, 58, 63, 67, 73, 99, 
104, 113, 115 bis, 117, 124, 134, 
147 bis, 149, 157, 163, 166, 167, 

173, 175, 176, 178 bis, 182, 188, 
190, 191. 

Knells, 145. 

Knowles, 32, 63, 101, 103, 107, 

115, 120, 125, 126, 134 bis, 149. 

154 bis, 169, 183. 
Kylson, (Qu. Kitson ?), 160 n. 

Laidman, Lademan, 129. 

Lalley, 136. 

Lamb. 122. 

Lambert, 16. 33. 36, 38, 55, 59, 75, 
82. 114. 115, 120, 122. 126, 140, 
144, 149, 1.56, 169, 173 bis, 176, 
195. 200, 225. 

Lancelett, 155 n. 

Lang (see Long). 

Langfellow (see Longfellow). 

Langdale, 135. 

Langley, 105 n., 129. 

Langstraw, 132. 



Lanston, The Rector of, 198. 

Lavv; 53. 

Lawson, 128 bis. 

Laycock, Lacock, 16. 36, 38, 55, 

62, 82, 88, 105, J 11, 114, 115, 

123, 126. 
Leach, 131, 179. 
Leadbeater, 124. 
Leath, 121. 
Leavens. 36, 42, 228. 
Ledgard, 31, 43 J/s, 4ii pass., 56, 

59, 64, 86, 88. 91, 97 n., 107, 

129, 131, 132, 147, 149, 162 n., 
172, 178. 

Lee. Lea (see also Leigh), 33, 34, 
35, 36 bis, 55, 76, 78, 79 bis. 80, 
83, 84 bis, 85, 86, 98, 127, 166, 
228 bis. 

Leigh (see also Lee). 32, 48 bis. 
51, 61, 65, QQ, 70 bis. 74, 75. 86, 
88. 89 bis. 91, 92 bis, 93 pass., 
99, 100 bis, 101, 102, 104, 105, 
107, 109 bis, 110, 111, 112, 113, 
117, 119 bi.% 121, 123, 127, 128, 

130, 131, 132 bi.<i, 133, 134, 135 
bis, 136, 137, 148, 165, 169, 175, 
178 bis. 181, 182, 187, 188, 190, 
193 bis. 

Lennox, Lodovike, Duke of, 7, 8. 

Leoman. 135. 

Lepton, 32, 50, 51, 70, 75, 82, 88, 
92, 96, 115, 116, 122, 132, 139 
bis. Vol, 159, 176, 180, 187, 189, 
211. 

Leventhorpe, 199^;fls«. 

Limsdale. Linsdale, 57, 60. 

Lindley, 215. 

Lisle, de, De 1' Isle, 197 pass., 
198. 

Lister, Lyster, 33. 43 bis, 46 pass.. 
48, 53, 69, 114 bi.^. 115, 118, 
121, 122. 124 bis. 126, 127, 128, 
141, 142,161, 173, 180, 184 )i., 
195, 219. 

Little, 148, 

Littlewood, 37. 119. 

Liversedge. 130. 

Lobley. 32 &i.5, 51, 54, .56,85, 89, 
90, 92 bis, 94, 100, 106, 115, 129, 
132, 135, 143, 145 m., 154 7i., 155, 
157, 164, 173 pass., Ill, 186, 
188, 191 bis. 



^., 



244 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



Lodge. 125. 

Long, Lang, 35. 38 pass.. 73, 79, 
84, 88, 93. 119, 121, 156, 175, 
188, 189. 228. 

Longbotham, 77. 

Longfellow, Langfellow. Langfel- 
lay, Langfello, 117, 128, 2U to 
227 jmss. 

Longlite, 202. 

Longstow. 95, 100, 

Lumby, S2 pass.. 3S pass., 51. 55, 
64,65. 69, 73, 74, 75, 77, 80, 81 
bis, 84, 86 bis, 91, 92, 96, 104, 
105, 108, 112 di.9. 115, 118, 120, 
124, 127.128, 132, 13i Hs, 135, 
137 Sis, 139, 142 dis, 143, 144. 
147, 148, 150, 154 bis. 156, 157, 
160 91.. 163, 166, 172 bis, 175, 
176 2MSS.. 177, 178 bis, 186, 188, 
190, 191, 194, 195. 

Lumley, 3, 198. 

Lund. Lunne, 124. 

Lupton, 108, 111, 135. 



Mackerith, 73, 78, 83, 90, 92, 120, 

151, 160, 172, 174, 182. 
Malham,212. 
Mallinson, 123. 

Mann, 35, 36, 118 bi^, 126, 129. 
Manning, 29. 
Margerison, Margeson. Terryson, 

38,119,126. 
Marillier, 205. 
Marsden, 46. 
Marsh, 7. 
Marshall, Martiall, Mershall, 32, 

37, 60, 78, 81, 83. 86, 88, 89, 96 

pass., 99, 104 bis, 109, 112, 116, 

118, 122 pass., 123, 124. 126. 

129. 134 his, 136, 164 n., 173, 

182, 185%., 1S6 bis, 188, 190, 

193, 202, 211, 
Marston, Mastin, 60, 107, 112, 

222. 
Martin, 92 n., 118,219. 
Mason, 52, 59, 62, 67. 70, 74, 81, 

85, 126, 140, 144, 146, 154. 
Mather, Mathers, 37 j/ass. 
Matthew, 61.67, 123, 148. 
Maundy, 1 17. 



Mawde, Maud. 63, 71, 130, 151, 
215. 

Mawson. 35, 39, 72. 

McNeile, 30. 

Hearing, 145. 

i\iears, 16 6 is. 

Meckall, 124. 

Medley, 133, 137, 192 n. 

Megson, 145, 146. 

Melling, 53, 

Metcalf, Medcalfe, 120, 128, 129, 
208, 210, 212. 

Middeltone, 198. 

Midgley, 31, 52, 70, 75 bis, 85, 94 
n., 114, 115, 126, 129, 130 dis, 
133, 144, 164, 173, 180, 187 n., 
191 7i., 210, 211. 

Miles, Myles, 174. 

Milner, 4 6is, 32, 44, 54, 55, 56 diit, 
57, 59 dis, 61, 63, 64, 66 bis, 67, 
69 bis, 71, 74 pass., 75, 77, 82, 
9opas.s.,99,l01. 104, 105 dis, 
108, 109, 112, 113, 122, 123, 124, 
125, 133, 134, 139. 140, 141, 142 
bis, 144 dis. 148, 151, 153, 155, 
157, 160 n.', 164, 176. 178, 180 
dis, 189 n., \9S pass., 195. 

Milnes, 54. 115, 117,211. 

Mirfield, 208. 

Mitchell, 58,60, 68. 81, 111, 118, 
120, 122, 124, 127, 145, 154 dis, 
172, 193. 

Mitton, 29, 71, 122, 157. 

Monklands, Mankland, Menck- 
lands. 34, 82, 98, 126, 128, 138, 
168, 193. 

Montfeltre, Countess Dowager of, 
8, 9. 

Montford, 202. 

Moore, Moor, More, 71, 74, 108, 
118, 124, 150 w., 202, 208, 209, 
216 n., 221, 222. 

Moorton, 214. 

Moorhouse, Morris, i6 pass. 

Morgan, 115, 133. 

Morley, 118, 200. 

Mortimer, 127. 

Moss, Mosse, 31 dis, 32, 33 dis, 34, 
51, 71. 75, 81, 82.85.91,92,101, 
110, 120, 123, 127 dis. 128, 132, 
148, 154, 160, 199, 209. 



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245 



Mountain, Munton, Monton, 47 
dis, 142. 145, 211. 

Mureatrovd, 71, 93, 104, 123 dis. 
126, 129, 135, 147 dis, 209, 211. 

Muse:rave, 21, 27 bis, 61, 62. 66, 

70"; 75, 77, 80. 81. 92. 95, 115, 

\ 132, 133, 142, 143 bis, 149. 150, 

170 n., 183, 186, 191, 192, 195. 

202, 210, 211. 

Mutherby, 51. 

Myers, Miers, Mires. 17, 34 bis, 
35, 55. 58, 59, 65. 71 bis, 74, 77, 
78 bis, 8^. 89 bis, 96, 104, 116 
bis, 117, 118, 122, 130. 133, 137, 
143, 146, 149, 150, 153, 159, 160, 
164, 165, 166, 176, 179, 187, 188, 

189, 190, 211. 
Mynn, 10 bis, 206. 

Nayler, Naylor, Nailer. 7 bis, 8. 

■67 pass.. 38.53. 115, 119. 
Nelson, 115, 118. 140 ^m5.«., 141, 

143, 168. 169. 
Netherwood. Neatherwood, 154, 

155, 209 pass. 

Nettleton. 31, 55. 74. 79. 82. 86, 
91 Ms, 95, 102, 107. Ill bis. 116, 
125 pass., 127, 131. 140, 141. 

156, 158, 171, 174, 181, 183, 189, 

190, 195. 
Nevile. 8, 40, 80. 

Newell. Newill, 121. 137. 181, 

Newsholme, 13 bis, 16. 228. 

Nicholls, Nichols. Nicols, 32. 33 
bis, 35, 36 ija.9s., 71. 72, 76, 94 
n., 107, 113, 122. 125 bis. 135, 
141, 171, 175, 179, 181 n., 182, 
187, 188, 193, 228. 

Nicholson, 224 pass. 

Noble. 5 ?i. 

Norcliffe, Rev. C. B.. 202, 205, 
225, 226. 

Norfolk, 103, 180. 

Normanvile. 198. 

Northrop, 63. 116. 

Norton, 66, 71. 77, 83, 124. 134, 
148, 173, 183. 

Gates, 118. 121, 134. 220. 
Oddy, Hoddy, 116, 120, 137. 228. 
Ogden, Oggdcn, 54 bis, 84 bis, 89, 



95 bis. 101. 104, 108, 109, 113 
bi.% 120.129, 132 bis, 149, 159, 
166,172. 173, 175. 

Oldfield. 183, 203. 

Oliver, 17, 35. 228. 

Onyon. 87, 90, 112, 129, 177. 

Overend. Overing. 17, 35, 36, 60, 

96 /I., 185 n.. 228. 
Oxley. 130. 

Oxnard. Oxnerd, Oxner, 56. 57, 62. 
90, 98, 131, 148, 152, 165, 187, 
188. 

Paget, 28. 

Palmer, 202, 210. 

Parish, Parrish, 122. 

Parke, 134. 

Parker, 14. 35, 119, 228. 

Parkin. 38 bi.s, 53. 

Parkinson. 37 pass., 65. 69. 80, 89, 

121, 130, 131 n., 185, 210. 
Par-sons, 122. 

Paslew. Paselewe, Pasley, 63. 66, 
69. 72,77. 80, 84, 111, 113, 118, 
136, 138, 157, 161, 163,184,193, 
197. 
Paver's Marriage Licenses, 208. 
Pay ley. 209. 
Pawson, 136, 179. 
Pearson. Pierson, 32, 53. 63 bis, 
71,76. 81, 103. 110. 113, 116, 
121, 124 bis. 130 bis, 137, 138, 
142, 144. 145 bis, 171, 182, 196, 
204, 223. 
Peele, 35 pass., 60. 62. m, 68, 79, 
102, 109. 116, 127. 141 bis, 147, 
154. 159 bis, 174 bis, 175. 
Pell, 220. 
Peoples, 117. 
Percy, 202. 
Phillip, 54. 211. 
Pickard. Pickheard, 118, 120,121, 

134, 137, 2i)9. 22s. 
Pickerssill, 57. 59, 63, 97, 140, 146, 

157, 171, 177. 
Pickles, 115. 
Pighell, 121,124. 
Pitling, 121,141. 
Pinder, 220 bis. 
Poe. 32. 33, 195. 
Pollard, 74. 75. 77. 78, 81. 85, 88, 



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INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



94. 99. 114, 11 G bis. 120. 125 bl^, 

130, 135, 136, 140, 151, 183, 

W2n. 
Pontefract. Pomfret. Pontefrackt, 

84. 89, 102. 107, 128. 179, 180, 

181 n., 182, 183. 
Poole. 133. 
Poor, 32. 
Potter. 140. 
Powell, 21, 31, 32 103. 116, 120, 

125, 128 bis, 129, 134, 140, 159, 

183 
Pratt, 116, 121. 132. 
Press, 84. 90, 172, 173,176, 187. 
Preston. 61, 65, 76, 89. 118, 130 

bis. 165, 167, 185 w., 191 bis. 
Priestley. 124. 
Prince, 207. 
Procter. 63, 76. 82 Jw, 88, 129, 

132, 135, 144, 157, 173. 
Pullan, 37. 
Purdy. Purdvs, Purdiew, 32. 79 n., 

103, 104, 107, 110, 134,186. 



Railton. Raylton. 82 dis, 87, 128 
dis, US. 161, 167. 

Ptaine. Rain. 55, 212. 

Raistrick. 52. 59. 61, 65. 70, 74, 89, 
118, 121, 124, 131, 1.35, 138.140, 
142, 173. 181, 187, 189, 203, 
228. 

Ramsbotham, 28 Sis. 

Ramsden, 40, 45, 80 n., 123. 

Rand, 19, 43. 

Rangdale. 82. 

Rangill, 124. 

Raper. 105, 108. Ill, 134. 

RatclifEe, 116. 

Rawson. 17 6is, 31, 32 dis. 33 dis, 
34, 35 pass., 65 bis, 76. 79, 82, 
84, 87 Hs, 88, 93, 94, 95, 98, 101 
dis. 103, 107 dis, 110, 124, 134, 
164 71., 167 dis, 168, 171, 174 
pass., 181, 184 71., 210, 220, 228. 

Ray, 208. 225. 

Rayner, Reyner, 34, 116, 135. 

Read, 128. 

Redeman, 214. 

Redhead, 21, 27 dis. 28, 43. 

Reston, 220. 



Rhodes, Rhoades, Roydes, Roades, 
(see also Mod, Rudd, Boyd), 
58. 60. 61, 63, 64, 66, 67. 68, 70, 
74. 80. 81. 85, 89, 99, 117, 118, 
119, 122, 123 di.^. 126, 137, 140, 
146, 148 dis, 153, 163 n., 168, 
173 dis. 174, 176, 177. 178, 179, 
lUjJass., 185 n., 187. 1^2 dis. 

Richardson, 9, 32, 33. 34, 44 jmss., 
104 2)ass., 105 ti., 116, 126. 134, 
151 n.. 162 n., 168 n., 186, 192 /i. 

Ricroft, Rycroft, 98, 103, 106, 111, 
117,132, 157, 191. 

Rigby, 200. 

Rigg. Righe. 155, 209. 

Righton. 116. 

Rilev. Rvlev. 34, 56, 65 3w, 68, 69, 
72 dis'.l^, lb. 80, 82, 87. 88, 93. 
113,118, 120,123,124, 129, pass., 
133, 134 di.s, 136. 143, 157, 171, 
174.175 dis, 189. 

Rishworth, Rishevvorthe, Risshe- 
worthe. 55, 59, 109, 142, 168, 
199. 220. 

Roberts, Robarts. S^ pass., 81. 87, 
92, \()0 dis. 103, 105, 107, 110, 
121, 127 di.s, 128, 137, 146, 166, 
181, 183, 184. 

Robertshaw, 210. 

Robinson, 32, 33, 60, 71, 85, 85 n., 
89, 96,99, 101, 107, 115 ^is. 117, 
119, 122, 123, 124, 127, 128,129, 
133, 135. 136, 144, 152, 166. 168 
n., 176, 178, 194, 203. 209, 221. 

Robson. 67, 70, 153, 185 n. 

Rodlev, Rothley, 119, 199. 

Rogers, 88, 96, 102, 107, 110, 130, 
177,226. 

Rothley, 119, 199, 208. 

Rood (see also Royd, Rudd), 52, 
57, 60,143. 147, 150. 

Rookes, 117, 126. 150. 

Roos, Sir Robert de (1372), 198. 

Routh, 224. 

Rovd (see also Rhodes, Rood, 
Rnd), 117, 140. 

Ross, Kosse (see also Wrose), 32, 
33 dis, 34 dis. 101. 22^ pass. 

Rosscndale. 221. 

Roundell, Roundall. Roundhaw, 
61, 63, 64, 119, 136, 145, 214. 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



247 



Rudd (see also Bood, Royd), 32. 

103,109,112,134,190. 
Hume, 159. 
Rumney, 208. 

Rushforth, Rusfortb, 86 n., 190 n. 
Ruishworth, 215. 
Russell. 213. 
Ryan, 29, 30. 

Sa?ar, 3G ^w. 64, 115, 151, 161, 
169 /i., 213. 

Sales, 213. 

Sale, Saill, Sayle. 31. 34, 46, 52, 
58. 61. 98, 99, 126, 1.35. 146, 151, 
153, 162 n., 163 n., 169 n., 180, 
192;^«.s^S.. 199. 

Saltmarsh, 206. 

Saltonstali, Saltingstall, 152. 182, 
189. 

Sandall, 4. 6. 7, ^^ jpass.. 34, 51, 
54, 66, 69 bis, 98, 104 bis, 111, 
114, 127, 131, 138, 147, 151 n., 
155 n., 156 bis, 161 n., 164 n., 
168 n., 179, 182, 186 n., 187 
pass., \^9 pass., 191 pass., 194 
pass., 196. 209. 

Sands, 69, 87, 93, 108, 132, 135, 
153, 155, 192, 193. 

Saunders, 125, 152, 184. 

Saunderson, 211. 

Savile, Savill, 2, 3, 7 jmss., 8 pass., 
9 pass., 10 2Jass., 201. 

Saxton, 119. 

Scaife, Scaiffe. 78, 83, 109, 111, 
126, 131, 132 bis. 133, 135, 158 
pass.. 168, 173, 188, 192. 200. 

Scalbet, 196. 

Scale, 118. 124. 

Scargill, 198. 

Scarborough, 71, 74, 81, 114 bis, 
164, 190. 

Scarr, 123. 

Scarth, 38. 

Scattergood, 223 bis. 

Scholes, 127. 

Scirrovv, Skirrow. 74, 80, 91 bis, 
106, 110, 112, 117, 125, 133, 136 
bis, 143, 150 jjass., 155, 180, 216, 
218. 

Scott, 10, 17, 33, 34, 35, 55,59,64, 
87, 93, 103, 114 bis, 117, 124 bl% 



129, 132, 136, 137, 157. 172,177. 
211 bis. 

Seane, 158. 

Seargentson, Sarsreson, Sergeson, 
32, 59, 63, 64, 67, 70, 77, 82 bis, 
104, 114, 134, 159, 168 n., 185 ?i., 
186. 

Sedewicke, Sidgwicke, 115, 118, 

130, 208. 
Seele, 149. 
Seetwine. 139. 
Sellar, Sellars, 15 bis. 
Senior, 70. 203 bis. 
Setterfast, 122. 
Settle. 56,' 105, 134, 188. 
Sewall, 211 pass.. 218. 
Sharp, Sharpe, 38, 126, 145. 
Sharper, 125. 

Shaw, Shay. 11, 32. 33, 34, 70, 107, 
108. 109,^113, 116, 121, 124 bis, 
130, 134, 135, 190. 

Sheffield, 219. 

Shepherd, Shepheard, 137. 

Sherrard, 120. 

Shires. 79 ;i., 119, 124. 

Shut. 67, 147, 169, 171, 176. 

Shuttleworth, 165 n., 200. 

Silson, 137. 

Simons, 37 2Jass. 

Simpson, Svmpson, 31 bis, 32, 56, 
60, 61, 64 jjass., 70, 73, 75, 79 
bis, 83, 86, 93, 95 n., 100, 114, 
121, 127, 128.129, 147,151,158, 
159, 165, 175, 179 «., 192, 207, 
225. 

Sinclair, 21. 

Skelton, 44 j^ass., 47, 130. 

Skevington, 205. 

Sladen, 133. 

Slater, 14, 17, Slpass., 32 bis, 33, 
Si bis. 35 pass., 5i, 61, 63, 64, 
66, 67 bis. 68. 69, 72, 73 bis, 76 
bis, 79. 81 bis, 82, 83. 85, 89, 90, 
99, loi, 104, 107, 110, 127, 128, 
129, 134, 136. 151, 152, 158, 160, 
165, 166 2f^^ss., i75, 181 pass., 
187, 188, I'dOpa.ss., 191, 194 bis, 
228. 

Smith, 10 pass., 31 bis, 32 bis, 33 
2mss., 36, 54 bis, 55, 57, 58 bis, 
59 bis, 60, 65, 68 bis, 69 bis, 71, 



248 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



73 pass.. 77, 81 Hs, 82, 83, 
8-t, 88 bis, 89, 91, 94, 99, 102, 
W^bis. 106. 107, 110. \Upass.. 
115. 116. m pass., U%bis. 119 
j}ass., 120 bis, 122. 124, 125. 126. 
127 bis, 128, 129, 130 bis, 131 
^?\s. 133jpa5^.. 134. 135. 140, 141 
jyass., U2 2}ass., 146, 148, 149, 
150 bis. 152 bis, 156, 159, 160 w., 
Ifi2 7ia.<?,?., 163, 164 ;i., 168, 169, 
170, 172. 173, 174, 175, 177, 182 
bi,<i, 183, 185 bis. 186, 187, 188 
2)ass., \^0 bis. 191 ;i., 2o9, 211 
bis. 220, 225. ' 

^^luithson, 114, 152 bis. 

Smvthies, 133, 184. 

Snovvden, Snawden, 31, 32, 33, 34 
pass., ^o pass., 36 pass., 51, 56 
bis. 57, 60, 92, 93, 94 n., 95 n., 
96, 101, 1 j5, 113, 114, 125, 132, 

143, 171 n., 175, 193, 200, 228 
pass. 

Sow den, 31, 37, 57 bis, 59, 62, 70, 

115, 120, 121, 124 pass., 127, 
128, 132, 137, 144, 148 bis, 153, 
154. 164 bis, 186 bis. 187, 191, 
210 bis, 2U. 

Spawton, 122. 

iSpence, 37, 137. 

JSpencer, 199. 

iSpier, 223. 

Spurr, 133, 148. 

Squire, 56, 83, 122, 127, 130, 137, 

144, 145, 158, 159. 

Stable, Stables, 32, 33, 57, 71, 74, 
77. 78 bis, 83, 84, 85, 89, 94 
jjas.s., 101, 103, 106, 107, 111, 

116, 126, 128,1.32, 134, 144, 147, 
ICl 71., 163, l(i5, 172, 181, 183, 
lS6n.,\87n., 218,223 bis. 

Stainforth, 112, 124,126. 
Stanhope, 53 pass., 79 n., 92 pass., 

94 71., 97 pass., 98 ;;a««., 103, 

136, 189 M. 
Stanley, 31, 84, 122, 153, 166. 
Stansfield, Stanfield. 101, 108, 113, 

126, 129, 133 bis, 135, 142, 146, 

176,182. 
Staoleton, Stappleton, 148, 200. 
Stare, 119. 
Stead, 32, 33 bis, 34 pass., 42, 57, 



65, 66, 67, 68, 69 bis, 70, 73, 76, 
78, 80, 87,89,113, 114, 120y?a,«?,s., 
122 bis, 126 bis, 128, 130, 138, 

155 bis, 158, 159 bis, 160 pass., 
lei pass., I6in., 171, 174, 184, 

156 bis, 187 w., 190, 191 7t., 195, 
196. 

Steel, Steail, 169 n. 

Stevens, 118,212. 

Stephenson, Stevenson, 84 pass., 
53, 61, 62, 77, 87, 92, 101, 108, 
113, 118 bis, 119, 130. 143, 147, 
159, 165, 169, 170, 171 /t., 175, 
176, 193, 199,223 bis. 

Steward, 146. 

Stiles, 95. 

Stocks, 182. 

Stokes, 224. 

Storey, 34, 35 bis, 134, 228 bis. 

Stott, 119. 

Stout, 31, 32, 87, 88, 93, 100, 125, 
131, 170. 

Stowell, 21, 213. 

Strickland, 32, 51, 96, 102, 109, 
111,113, 121, 130, 132,180, 194, 
228. 

Strinpjer, 116, 130, 131, 140, U7, 
175,228. 

Strother, 208. 

Stythe, 118. 

Sugden, 33 bis, 34, 61, 63, 66, 68, 
69,71,73,75,77, 80,81 -5w, 83, 
85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 96, 102 bis, 
103, 107, 108, 111,112,116, 117, 
123, 124, 128, 130, 133, 136, 168 
^?.?, 181, 184. 

Sumraerscale, 70, 119, 122, 137, 
144. 

Sunderland, 92, 123, 181 7i. 

Sutcliffe, Sutliffe, 113, 133, 134, 
137. 

Swaine, Swayne, Swann, 32 bis, 
34, iSpass., 52, 64 bis, 56, 58 
bis, 62, 63, 65, 69, 70 bis, 75 bis, 
83, 107, 116 Hs, 119, 121, 127, 
128, 132, 133, 135, 136 bis, 137, 
139, nobis, 141, 142 bis, 147, 
151, 152, 158, 159 Hs, 171, 186, 
188, 192, 193, 196, 211. 

Swales, Swails, 36, ^28. 

Swinherd, 54. 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



249 



Sykes, Sikes, 29, 208, 22B. 
Svzer, 32, 79, 95, 126 ^^6-, 133, lo8, 
'176. 

Tasker, 34, 89, 94, 103, 108, 113, 
128, 173, 178 n. 

Tate, 31. 

Taylor, 34, 37, 56, 59, 62, 70, 73, 
74, 76,79 n., 80, 84, 88, 90, 91, 
95, 97, 106, 11.5, 127 ih\ 13(i, 
l.o3, 156, 158, 160, 170, 175 dis, 
179, imdis, 187 bis. 

Tee, 38 Sis. 

Teel, 215 pass. 

Tempest. 119. 

Tennant. 52. 62, 90. 97. 127. 131. 

135, 150, 161, 166 ii-s, 170 Sis. 
184. 189. 

Terry. Tirry. 70, 119. 
Thackrey, Thackerav. 31. .32. 51. 
54. 107. 112. 119, 132 bis. 135. 

136. 141, 147, 151, 1.52, 169, 170 
Si.^, 219. 

Theakstone. 125. 151. 152. 
Thomas. Tommis. 53, 122, 140. 

156. 157, 167, 191. 193, 210. 212. 
Thompson, 32, 33. 35. 38, 40, 54, 

58, 59, 62, G6, 68, 69, 70, 71. 78. 
79 w., 91, 106, 109, 113 bis. 114, 
115 bis, 116, 122, UnjMSs., 125 
Ms, 126, 129, 130 bi^. 132, 134 
bis. 138, 140. 141. 146. 147 bis, 

157, 165 2yass.. 170, 171. 173, 
177, 180 bis. 184. 196 bis, 207, 
218. 220, 224. 

Thornhill, 11, 29. 

Thornour, 25, 199. 

Thornton, Thorneton, 12, 57 pa.^s., 
60, 63, 66, 69, 75, 81. 87. 91, 99 
bis, 100,114, 115 bis. 116, 118 
bis, 119 Sis, 120. 124. 130. 137. 
143, 148, 156. 157. 163. 167, 173^ 
183, 184, 186 n., 187, 188,' 195, 
216,218. 

Thorpe, 118, 122, 126. 

Threapland, Threaplands, 100. 
112, 121, 135, 178. 

Threapleton, 36. 

Thresh, 125, 151, 196. 

Thwaite. Thwayte, Twayte, 118, 
119, 121, 208. 



Tidswell, Tydswell, 76, 83, 121 bis, 

152, 167. 

Tillison, Tillyson, 64, 129. 

Til son. 197 pass. 

Timms. 35. 

Tirsall. 197. 

Todd, Tod, 77, 84, 90, 94, 122, 129, 

153, 168, 184. 
Tong. 54. 140, 144, 189. 
Toppin, 71. 115, 118,123. 
Topham, 181 n. 

Town. Townes. 75. 103, 108, 127, 

1.55. 181, 189. 195. 
Townend, 146, 167. 
Travis. 45 Sis. 
Trevelvan, 20. 
Tullan, 126. 
Turner, 35 i^ass., 36 pass., SSjxiss., 

60. 68. 73, 78, 81, 85, 86. 88 Sis, 

90. 93. 95. 99, 105. 108, 109, 117, 
118, 123, 124, 125 Sis, 128, 129, 
153, 169.172. 179. 189. 223. 

Turton. 91 Sis, 99. 100, 1()5, 108, 

124, 131, 135, 136, 181, 183. 
Twislcton, 132. 

Ubaldino, Elizabeth. Countess 

Dowager of Montfeltre, 8. 
Umplebv. 118, 127. 
Utiey, 127.219. 

Vernon, 7, 8. 

Vevers, 117. 

A^icar, 215. 

Vickers. Viccars, 33. 35, 54, 57, 58 
Sis, as. 65,68. 71, 85. 98. 100, 
102. 103, 106 Sis. 108, 110, 112, 
114, 122, 130, 131, lUSis, 136, 
138, 142, 144^^fl'.*,s., 145, 149 Sis, 
151 Sis, 155 ^;r/ ,'?.?,, 156 ■»., 159, 
170, 171, 173, 183, 187,191,195, 
211,228. 

Wade, 8, 31, 32 Sis, 34 ^^ass., 35, 
36 Sis, 40, 53, 58, 61, 65, 67, 71, 
73, 76 Sis, 79, 81 Sis, 82, 87, 89, 

91, 92 Sis, 94, 95, 96, 98, 100, 
101, 102 pass., 10''>, 106, 108, 110 
Si.s, 113, 115, 117, 118, 122, 124, 
127, 128 Hs, 131 Sis. 133 Sis, 
135, 136 Sis, 137 Sis, 117, 148, 



250 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



149, 158 w., 160, 166, 169, 171 
di^s, 172, 176 pass., 179 dis, 181, 
184 Ms, 185 ^i*, 191, 192, 195, 
196,207,211 Ms, 220. 

Waddington, 114. 

Wadsworth, 219. 

Wainman, 55 n., 208. 

Wainwric^ht, 65, 74, 94, 120, 127, 
133, 179, 188, 210. 

Walbran's Memorials of Foun- 
tain" s Abbey, 131. 

Wales. 2, 149. 

Walker, 33 bis, 34 lis, 35 pass., 42, 
61, 75, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 
90, 93, 99, 105, 108, 113, 114 
pass., 115, 116 pass.. 117, 118, 
119,120, 121,122, 126,127,128, 
129 his. 133, 135, 140, 141 bis, 
143, 147, 150 n., 153, 154, 1.55, 
163, 169, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175 
Us. 177, 179, 182, 186, 191, 195 
bis, 209 his. 212. 

Waller, 33, 36, 37 his. 66, 68, 70, 
74, 85 bis, 89, 96, 129, 133, 147, 
148. 175, 188. 

Walsh, 56, 62, 68, 70, 76, 119, 122, 
145, 150, 179, 183. 

Waltam, 198. 

Walterston, 133. 

Walton, 33, 34, 35 bis, 39, 52, 55, 
56 bis, 58, 60, 61 his, 72. 73, 107, 
109, 111, 113, 116, 118,121,124, 
129, 130, 134, 135 bis. 137, 152, 
154 bu. 160, 161, 164 n., 172, 
175, 180, 195, 196, 198. 

Walterhouse, 194 bis. 

Ward, 35 his, 36 bu, 62, 68, 72, 74, 
76, 79, 80, 86, 87 bis, 92, 93, 99, 
109, 113, 122. 125, 128, 129, 133, 
137, 140, 148, \bZpass., 156, 167, 
170, 175, 177, 188, 189, 195, 198. 

Wardraan, 125, 223. 

Waring, Waren, Wyreing, 55, 58, 
109, 116, 120, 132, 135, U\i bis, 
141, 177. 

Warwick, 51, 65, 102, 132, 146, 
174, l^'dpass., 184, 196. 

Washington, 79 n. 

Waterhouse, (see also Walter- 
Jiome), 33, 36 pass., 36 bis, 70, 
77,84, 90,99, 114, 120 ^w, 122, 



137, 152, 1.55, 169 »., 174, 187, 

188 n., 191, 192, 193 n., 228 bis. 
Waterworth, 32, 33 bis, 34, 55, 56, 

.59,64,67,69, 71,77, 82,91,103, 

106, 116, 120, 125, 126, 128, 129 

bis, 134 bis, 155, 160, 182, 183, 

186, 190. 
Watkinson, 91, 98, 114, 129 his, 

170, 174, 185 bis. 
Watterson, 104, 195. 
Watson, 72, 115, 116, 117, 119, 

121, 131, 211. 
Waugh, 2 pass.. 3 bis, 4, 121, 158 

n., 166 pass.. 186 /i. 
Way, 216 n., 222. 
Wayte, 137. 

Webster, 118, 123,137,216. 
Weddell, 209. 
Welfett, Welfitt, 8, 51, 52. 65, 125, 

132, 134, 137, 140, U5 pass., 158 

■n., 193 n. 
Wells, 115, 1.50, 197. 
Wentworth. 153 n., 199. 
West, 118, 120, 172 w. 
Westerman, 60, 71, 117, 123. 
Wetherill, 117,212. 
Wharton, 124, 215. 
Wheater, Whearter, 113, 118, 124, 

144, 150, 152, 208. 
Wheatley, 153 n. 
Wheelhouse. 120 n. 
Whitaker, Whetecares, 35, 58, 62, 

66 n., 68, 73, 112, 127, 133, 144, 

157, 150, 169, 173, 177, 192 n., 

197 n.. 205, 228. 
White, Whyte, 38, 44 bis. 118. 
Whitehead, 33, 34, 35, 55, 57, 60, 

110, 112, 135, 157, 184,196. 
Whitehill, 210. 
Whiteley, Whitley, Whitlow. 58, 

61. 66 bis, 71, 73. 84, 89, 95 n., 

98, 115, 116, 124, 148, 149, 168, 

184. 
Whitham, 77. 
Widdup, 133. 
Wilcocke, 123. 
Wilding, 117, 157, 163 pass. 
Wildraan, 136. 
Wilhouse, 120. 
Wilkinson, 31, 33, 75. 78, 82, 84, 

86 bis, 93, 99, 101, 105, 109, 113, 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



251 



114, 117, lid Sis, 120 Sis, 121, 
122, 12') dis, 126, 128 Hs. 132, 
135, 136, 137 3w. 139 Sis, 141, 
153, 155, 162, 172 Hs. 173 pass., 
176, 178, 182, 183, 184,189, 196, 
208, 213. 

Willesthorpe. 199. 

Williamson, 35 dis, 91, 98, 104, 
109, 115, 120, 123, 129 pass., 
141, 142, 174, 178, 179 dis, 184, 
193, 195, 196. 

Wilson, 11, 31, 32 5is, 33, 51, 54, 
56, 63, 65, 69 6is, 71 its, 74, 77, 
84, 85, 86, 90, 92 dis, 99 dis, 101, 
106, 109, 110, 113, 117, 118 Ms, 
119, 122, 125 pass., 127 pass., 
130, 131, 132, 135 dis, 136 dis, 
139, 142, 143, 148 dis, 150, 155 
dis, 157 dis. 159, 161, 166, 167, 
168, 169, 172, 174, 177, 178 n., 
188, 189, 191,193, 206, 208,222, 
224. 

Windle, 35, 228. 

Windor, 119. 

Winterbottom, 166. 

Wise, 120, 125. 

Wolfitt,(see Welfett). 

Womersley, Wimmersley, 123, 
142. 



Worraley, 225. 

Wood. 37, 54, 55. 58 dis, 62, 64, 67 
Hs. 74, 75, 88, 94, 102. 103 
dis, 105. 107, 108, 115%., 117, 
118, 119, 121, 122 dis. 127 dis, 
128. 130 dis, 133, 134, 136 dis, 
137 dis. 143, 144. 145, 146, 147 
dis, 150, 156, 159, 161 n., 165, 
166 170, 176, 179, 180, 184. 

Woodhead, 37 dis. 

Woodhouse, 220. 

Woodrove, 219. 

Woodworth, 92. 

Wooler, 119. 

Worrawell, Wormall, 55, 61, 70, 
130. 

Wray, 220. 

Wrigglesworth, 89, 130, 182,183. 

Wrose, 33, 52, 61, 68, 109. 

Wulstone, 199. 

Wyvill, 206. 



Yates, 228. 
Yeadon, 142, 148. 
Yewdall, Yeadall, 128 fe, 163. 
Young, 219. 



^nUjc of \ptaue 

Ouiside the Parish, and of the seldom-mentioned places 
within it. 



Addle, 42. 

Adwalton, 210. 

Aldborough, 29. 203, 206. 

Allerton. 97, 169 ?i. 

Apperley Bridge, 42, 59, 60. 72, 
76, 87, 90, 92, 93, 98, 103, 108, 
113, 144, 152. 155 n., 156, 161, 
165, 166 n., 174, 178, 179, 181, 
182,183, 186 w., 187. 

Apperley Lane. 75, 82. 

Armley, 168, 202. 

Bankhouse, 141, 144. 

Bardsey, 7. 

Barnbv. 209. 

Bierley,44. 104,161. 192. 

Bingley, 7, 115 7i., 209, 223. 

Birstal, 98 7i.,21(). 

Black Hey. 75, 76, 77, 79, etc. 

Boldshay, 42,43, 48. 

Bologne, 125 n. 

Bolton-in-Craven, 204. 

Boston, U.S.A., 217. 

Bowling, Boiling, 8, 72 n., 210. 

Bradford, 7, 9, 11, 22. 42 Sis, 43, 
48, 53, 61, 63, 67, 72 /i., 97 ti., 
98 7i., 105 n., loon., 157, 163, 
164, 166, 167 n., 169 n., 193, 200, 
204, 209, 210. 

Bradford- Moor-Side, 209. 

BrafEerton, 203. 

Braraley, 52, 57. 59, 60, 61, 63, 67, 
69, 70, 148, 200. 

Bromfield, Cumberland, 125 n. 



Bulcroft, 207. 

Burley-in-Wharfedale, 226. 
Burton Agnes, 145. 

Calverley Carr.77. 108, 166, 175. 
Calverley Mill, 58, 61, 62, 74, 75, 

78. 87. 100, 144. 177, 181, 183, 

186, 194. 
Cambridge, 7, 110, 145, 203. 
Camblesforth Grange, 193. 
Campaall, 219, 220, 224. 
Carhead. 55. 
Carlton. 64. 207. 
Carr Beck, 84, 87. 
Catton, 206. 
Chatburn, 142. 
Chapel-Allerton, 185. 
Chellay, 97. 
Clarburghe, 198. 
Clayton, 209. 
Clerkenwell, 7. 
Clint, 202. 
Collingham, 7. 
Cross-Stone, 17. 
Crowstone, 40, 45, 80 n. 

Devvsbury, 7. 
Dover, 126 ;i. 
Drighlington, 98 n. 
Duffield, N.,224. 
Dufton, 54. 
Durham, 44. 

Eccleshill 52. 53 pass., 64, 55, 58, 



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59.60. 61. 71. 72 n.. 86 n.. 92, 

97, 103. 144, 148. 152, 155 fi., 

156. 157, 167, 173,175.176.180. 

181. 184, 186. 187, 188, 190,191, 

193, 198. 199, 202, 210. 
Elphin, 197. 
Eralev. 169. 
Ervholme. 207. 
Escrick, 207. 224. 
Esholt, 40, 59, 62. 96 fi.. 98, 125 

n.. US, 153, 155 n.. 164, 169, 

197. 198. 207. 
Eshton, 44. 

Farnley, 58, 60. 
Farnley, near Otley. 215. 
Fishlake, 225. 
Frizinghall. 69. 
Further Close Bank, 91. 

Gisburne, 204. 
Govvdall. 207. 
Greengates, 58, 59, 63, 65, 66, 74, 

89. lUl. 
Guiseley. 64 n., 96 ji.. 117 n., 198, 

216,217,218, 223. 



Halifax, 17, 21, 27, 80 Ji., 105 n.. 

199. 
Hambleton, 53. 
Hampshire. 217. 
Hare Mill, 107. 
Harvard, 219 iis. 
Hawksworth, 222. 
Haworth, 86 7i. 
Havton, 198. 
Hazelhead, 204. 
Headineley, 40, 76. 212. 
Heatonr62 Ais, 63, 97. 98, 210, 
Heck, 193 ?i. 
Helaugh, 214. 
Hemingbrough, 224. 
Heslington. 207. 
Holbeck, 40, 80 n. 
Holme, The, 80, 86. 
Horsforth, 53 n.. 92 n., 94 n., 166 

/i., 216, 217, 218, 222, 226. 
Horton, 43. 48, 210. 
Hough, Pudsey, 76, 85, 89. 
Huby, Hewbie, 204. 



Huddersfield, 169 n., 214, 215, 

217. 
Hull 204, 206. 

Ilkley, 216, 219, 220, 221, 222, 220. 

Keighley, 199. 
Kendall. 79, 226, 227. 
Kildwick, 55. 
Kilnhurst. 102. 
Kirkstall, 208. 

Lancing College, 53. 

Langton, 198, 203. 

Leathlev, 214, 215. 217. 

Leeds. 14, 21. 28. 29, 30. 44, 46, 

47, 50, 51, 95, 112, 168, 195, 207, 

226. 
Linton, near Wetherby, 222. 
Linton-in-Craven, 110. 
Lisbon, 46. 

London, 4, 9, 16, 27, 105 n., 205. 
Lowell, Mass., U.S.A., 204. 

Manchester, 21. 

Manningham, 72 %., 97 n., 198, 

204. 
Marshfield, Mass., U.S.A., 218. 
iMarske, 55 ;?., 59, 
Menston, 198. 
Middleton. Ilkley, 214. 
Milford, 207. 
Mill Lane, 172, 179, 186. 
Minskip, 203. 
Monkbridge, 185. 
Morton, 223. 
Mosley, 42. 
Much Dewchurch, 205. 

Newall, Otley, 222. 
Ne\vark-on-Trent, 214. 
Newbury, Mass., U.S.A., 217, 218. 
Newcastle, 40. 
New Grange, 40, 76. 
New Laithes, 53. 
North Bierley, 161, 192. 
Northowram. 210. 
Norton, 220. ' 
Nottinghamshire, 198. 

Osbaldwick, 120 n. 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Osraanthorp. 44. 

()tlev,42. 198, 214, 215, 216, 217, 

222. 
Oulton, 202. 
Ovenden, 162. 178. 
Oxenhope. 204. 
Oxford, 28. 
Owston, 220. 

Plurapton, 222. 
Pollington, 207. 
Pontefract, 3. 
Poppleton, 192 n. 
Priestley Green, near Halifax. 
105 /I. 

Rawcliffe. 104. 

Rawden, 44, 64, 73, 101, 109, 198. 

Riccall. 223, 224, 225, 226. 

Richmond. 203. 

Ripon, 29, 30. 

Rodley. 60, 83. 

Rockcliffe, 104. 

Rotherhara, 7. 

Rothwell, 175 n. 

Ryhall, Ryhill, 202, 203. 

St. Ivps, 7. 

Scolebrough, 84, 131 n. 

Scotland, 69. 

Settrington, Ceteringtone, 198. 

Sheffield. 21. 

Shelf, 102. 

Shipley. 65 n..2\0. 

Sicklinghall, 222. 

Skcrne, 206. 

Skipton. 223. 

Snaith, 85 n., 115 n.. 193 n., 207. 

Snape, 45. 



Snowden. 156 n. 
Spofforth, 222. 
Stockeld, 222. 
Street Gap, 42. 
Sutton, 204. 
Swillington, 64 n. 

Tickhill, 204. 

Tod wick, 7. 

long, 74. 84»., 131 7i., 157. 

Trench, 185. 

Trinity Coll., Camb., 7. 

Wadlands, 8, 25, 60, 61, 78, 141. 

Wakefield, 7, 10, 131 n., 198. 

Walliugton. 45. 

Wellum. 198. 

Westminster, 5 n. 

Wetherby, 222. 

White Cote, 101. 

White Cote Mill, 91. 

Whitgift, 85 n. 

Wigan, H. 

Wildgrove, Wilgrave, 74, 84, 87, 

91. 100. 106,. 107, 159, 168, 169, 

172, 184, 193. 
Wilsden, 7. 
Wisbeach Castle, 203. 
Wither, 101, 105. 
Woodhouse. 53 7i., 185. 
Womerslev, 203, 205. 
Wragby, 203. 
Wulstone, 199. 

Yeadon, Yedon, 96 n., 197, 198. 
York, 8, 9, 15, 96 w., 109, 120 w., 

189, 192 7i., 202, 205, 206, 207, 

215. 
York, Maine, U.S.A., 218. 



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